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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME NINETY STARKE. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT 26, 1968 PKY LIBRARY\ NUMBER FOURTEEN l

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former county engineer told the joint city-county ;

drainage committee and 17 residents that Bradford's .,( n
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drainage "problem Is not too difficult" at a meeting Brooker

Thursday night, Sept. 19. _____________ Continues \
J. Maurice Edwards, of the .,
Bradford Engineering Co, told mo't of any man alive about c
the committee! will handle thfl drainage in Bradford County 4 i.L Man Loses
the engineering' work free of : $ f 1968 Timber Suit

charge U the county will put a "Nothing, not one iota, to eta 1 t

dragline, a bulldozer, and three make any correction (In the 1-t
men: to work at the. Intersection county'a drainage) has been accomplished 455 HeadReassuring ,
since 1922," Edwards i : Dismissal SoughtDismissal
of Santa Fe and New Rivera In L &
the extreme southwest corner of said, "Except what the
Lo-d has done." : : :: words t h a tFlorida's
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the county. That Is the bottomof r. i
the county' two major The former county engineer __ "_r of Container Cor the Judge upheld the assessor's epidemic of hog
watersheds, Edwards said, and repeatedly driving home his of poration's new suit charging values! and ordered five timber cholera is apparently "un-
Stale and Federal agents go about the grim epidemic hog cholera. State Road Deportment
where the digging should begin. pol.it in a lecture lasting more discrimination in the 1B! assessments firma In the suit to pay taxes der control" came from
Edwards said be worked for than an hour, said that Bradford task of slaughtering and burying over 400 swineon equipment was used to dig the huge pit needed for of its 3li,206 acres of OWX'U. Tallahassee late Wednes-

the county for 19 years and County has two major natural the Clyde Cone farm near Brooker last& Satur- the mass operation (Photo by Thornton. Hartley, land in Bradford County has Container, then canted its

three months as assistant! coun- drainage systems: The Santa Fe day as one part of the effort to halt the Florida"Imaginary Times-Union staff writer). been asked on the grounds that casa to the First District Court day following a summit
ty engineer and county en- River which divides Bradford Identical property evaluationson of Appeals and on lust Sept. 11 meeting of state and federal -

gineer. He said he "know t..e and Alachua Counties and New the same lands have already that three judge body upheld personnel in the Capital
River which Is the border between Manhunt" been: upheld in court. Judge Murphire's decision office o f Commissioner

Bradford and Union A Circuit Court hearing on Request for a summary Judge/ of Agriculture Doyle Conner -
Counties thai matter Is set for Nov 11 at ment in the 18 suit, entered
Federal "Neither has been touched 11 a, m, by Judge John A, H, last' Friday, Sept! 20, by the ,
since 1922" he stated. Murphiee, county's attorney Theron A. Harvey Williams, superintendent
Edwards also said the three You Figure It Out! Container filed the latest suit Yawn, states that this of the swine production procram -
at (Florida. State Prison
Cent gia Southern & Florida court granted the defendant
Sept" 16, Just five day after its !
Railroad culverts on Sampson appeal of the Circuit Couit's de- (Bradford County) motion for .and an official of the Florida.
Engineer Lake are too small. That Is the City police spent over two said\, he mnde a thorough: Investigation Hutdleson said Friday nightat cls'or-' on the 1903.67 tax cOle (Summary Judgement In each Swine Producers Association at-
maior( cause of the flooding of hours Friday night Sept 20. of the affair, one the scene he saw a man running was denied by the First District of the cases challenging the tended the meeting and reportedthe
Alligator Creek and of Rowell. on a manhunt In the St, Clair cat apparently slipped out of microns a vacant lot adjacent Court of Appeals. validity of the 1966 and 1967 group's decision to stick by
Sees AreaA Crosby. and Sampson Lakes, he Street area for a fugitive that "park" position and rolled backwards to Kliklnnd's home Hutch The 1968 milt alleges that Tax timber cases ." I an earlier recommendation that
I said.A. Chief Bobby Biggs now terms three doors down the eson' saId he fired in an effort Assessor Gene Long has Con That request also states that 'tog producers refrain from use
"semi-dam" of two feet "Imaginary.. street and wheeled Into the to Ret the man to stop, The tainer's timberlands valued at the suit asserting the Illegality of vaccine: or serum, as preven-
representative of the U. S. four inches of silt Is now In the "It was sort of like the Keystone ya-d of J T Kirkland fugitive," officers said, fired an illegal, !grossly of the l'Jii8! assessments concernsthe tive measures.The : ,
Army Corps of Engineers from bottom of the SR-22S culvert. Kops." Biggs chuckled.It Kirkland's son', David, reported back at them. Officer Put Hen- "Ubllrt'y. and d\.oC1'lm.\ same lands as in prior suits 'use of vaccine, it was
Jacksonville. Joe Goodge, visited Just east of the OS & F railroad was serious business Fri- to police. Biggs said, that he ry also fired after he thought \ ." Container anj that assessments are substantially said, brought on as many problems -
Bradford County last Friday culverts, Edwards said, which day night however, as police saw no one In the car as it en- the "fugitive" fired at him. claims the lands. should be val the same as those already as it solved, since animals -
to meet with officials on any engineer would know testified called In a deputy sheriff and tried the yard uprooting sluub- Chief'! Biggs said Tuesday ued at $45 per acre; Long's as- upheld by the Court in could actually contact) the dls-
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tht county's 'drainage problem.A to the fact that water is bloodhounds from the State bery. c tJ9Je.CAcre>> : lhreo E.838': a r..as i-K-.n,-'- *asa from'4h*'-vaccine. virus '
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request for a drainage standing in that culvert. If the Prison' 1}, to.11nIp...... track: dgwu.lte" p titltjtand.arila4.tha.pollasatr.t{ : 'rI1rt1on1 l (a Tisfefleve.evfevea that one I the!* same as.\ ,in 10(15-67.( Two new developments have Williams said the group: feels .
r study-by,U.,&. Engineers haS water; could fl 1I''I.ntt'1II'II&"no;" "r'lnan'they' thought'fired 'pistolhots Ion to report t the Incident, policeman' heard the officer's Container has protested the also occurred In the 1965 suit that the emergency may subside
been made by the Joint city- held back by the railroad culverts at Officer Pat Henry Biggs said. The .second policecar allots and thought the "fugitive" $79 figure since 1 county committee on drainage. the. dam would be washed The bizarre manhunt began was 'In the meantime was filing at them Biggs said year, as well as in lino and Court of Appeals. That court ban period which went Into ef-
Goodge mtt Friday with Commissioner cut In a matter of hours, the when both city pollee cars answered searching for the first! car, he! can account for only three 17. Container filed suit, charging has Issued a certificate to the fect lost 'Saturday when Commissioner -
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: J. M. (Buck) Norman former engineer said. a call to 504 St. Clair which had disappeared.The shot that fried, though Long assessments! to be Florida Supreme Court that the Conner Issued an emergency -
chairman of the drainage "You can't pour water In a Street to Investigate a breaking Search was solved by the reports i to him were from three illegal\ and discriminatory. Container vs. Bradford County order halting the sale of
vary
committee: Commissioner-Elect jug all day and never expect it and entering. Both cars were station and at Klrkland's call to six The 1065 suit was brought to suit Is of great public Interest. hogs! through livestock marketsand
Ralph Bryan, Soil Conservationist to get full," Edwards said. stopped and left running in Officer Pat Henry and Clarence trial! In Circuit Court before The state Supreme Court pre from farm-to-farm.
Bill Haas, County Road Edwards said the high water front of the St. Clair. Street residence Hutcheson rushed tto Kli kland's The B&E was never solved Jiu'ge Muiphi-ee in January of sently has under study a timber Slaughter At Brooker
Supervisor R, E. Jones and .still covers his pasture on the I to Investigate the B&E. home. Biggs! said. 19(17( and In July of that year suit, Brown vs St, Joe Paper
Clyde Cone, largest swine producer -
Civil Defense Director Frank east side of Rowell Lake. Enlarging According to Chief Biggs, who (Continued on Page Two)
In Bradford County became I
Williams.The the culverts would give '
the first victim of the cholera
group also visited the office his relief.
of County Surveyor Merrill Committee! Chairman Buck --- Local Engineer Says --- ) epidemic In this Immediate
McMillan where Engineer Norman agreed at the meeting area, losing some 453 head from J
Goodge was acquainted with to contact the railroad to see hid large herd by death;) or

the aid of maps, with the drain if the culverts can be replacedwith slaughter
age system of Bradford County. larger ones. RR Culverts Act As Dam After Cone reported several
A tour by the group took What would happen If the deaths in his herd from disease
Goodge on a trip which Included culverts were enlarged?" Commissioner that was finally diagnosed as
the flood area on St. Clair Ralph Bryan asked. cholera In the U, S. Departmentof

Street In Starke Alligator Edwards. Throughout the controversy Agriculture lab at Ames Iowa -
Creek Sampson Lake, the railroad "It would lower Sampson 28 state and federal officials
over flood conditions and how
culverts on Sampson inches in Just a few days," the moved in last Saturday and
to remedy them in Bradford + IF
Caiihl.. and the Santa Fe River engineer replied. b Mv .slaughtered, the remainder the
has
County: an accusing finger
several "Where would start surveying herd his home place near
Goodge photographed you been pointed from time to time i iC ] on
areas on the tour. if you started in the at three nine-foot culverts under ; [Brooker. Cone haa additional
The U. S, Engineer stated that morning?" Bryan also asked the G. S, & F. Railroad hogs at another location which

the county's first step must bea Edwards track at Sampson; City which 1 were deemed necessary to
formal, written request from "1'd begin with a survey of sore observers Insist are not slaughter.
the Bradford County Commission the Santa Fe River." was the set low enough In the ground Cone estimated value of his

for a drainage study. The Instant reply Edwards said to carry their maximum load of : slaughtered swine at 12000.( )
Corp would then send a reconnaissance Alachua County has been approached water from the Sampson) Lake Farmers are reimbursed for half
team to gather date and In the past. has area o' their losses 'by the Federal '

necessary: to determine if further agreed to help with enlarging The: argument seems well government< and the other half
sutdy Is Justified, Commis- the Santa Fe River Union founded. supposedly: by the State TheState's

sioner Bryan reported after County could be approachedabout In the company of a local en. ; portion Is somewhat in

Goodge's visit.It New River he added. amber J. M, Edwards Sr. a doubt. at the present time, however -
study li conducted County Surveyor (Merrill Mc
full scale
a Telegraph reporter visited: the,, due to litigation over enabling
it will Include reommen- Millan could survey Santa Fe
site last Friday afternoon. legislation passed by a
dations for solution of the River in a few months at a cost
Measurements made by Edwards ? recent legislature. ,
flood and drainage prob- of 34000. Edwards said
county showed that the water "' Cone said /Wednesday that he 1
with cost estimates "He could come back amd we s
len4 along
level at the State Road Department's had been assured that he would
the project. could lay enough grades in one
to implement /
box culvert under State eventually*) collect the State'siportlon
After this study. In which night to keep the draglines busy t
) although, it would require ,
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cost versus benefit'play* a ma- for two months the engineer Bo culvert under State Road 225 at Sampson City has a surface three culvert under jor role. Bryan reports, the ...
said.Edwards opening of 256 square feet. opening. of only 1110.1111) square' feet Traced To Gainesville
Corps win accept: or reject the urged the committeeto Disaster PlanIs
Officials attending the Wednesday -
project. An approved projectof begin/ work immediately with
for The Road 225 at Sampson City meeting In :Tallahassee said
the nature requested the county's own resources.
he stood at 77 feet, while tie that the cholera Infested .swine
to
Bradford County is limited county has the equipment,
a Federal expenditure of one add' and though the work might DiscussedA depth at the center culvert under ,had definitely ,been traced to the q

(Continued On Page Three) take years with one dragline, the railroad was only 54 'per Gainesville Livestock; Market
something would be accomp- feet This announcement agreed with
'llsl.ea. Natural Disaster! Plan for It Is obvious, therefore, that TTT2 1br Cone's statement he had bought
AA MeetingsWed. Three St. Clair Street residents Bradford County, proposed by the bottom of the railroad cul- : .t : feeder pigs on the Gainesville
Norman Ketchle. James Civil Defense Director Frank veils are approximately two market In'recent months, one lot
& Sat Nights. Blaodworth.:: and J. G. McOrlff. Williams, was discussed: by feet, five and three-e'ghts inches originating In the Tampa area
8:00: P. M. showed the committee picturesof members of. the Starke City higher than the bottom of the 1 and, another from Georgia he
N. Court Street obstructions on Alligator Council and County Commission highway culvert. ) believed

Across From CourthouseFor Creek taken on a boat trip the Thursday.Sept. '19. after Edwards says this differenceIn Officials pointed out that the

Additional three'! made down the drainage the countywide drainage meet- elevation has the \same effect market was not necessarily to
thata dam two feet, five and Tnrl16e, { M ? ,iq y
creek. ins.! blame, since the cholera virus!:
InformationCall There needs to be some Williams in presenting the three-eights inches high would can be In the blood stream of a
964-6612 maintenance" isthe biggest plans to the Joint ,city-county: have in holding back the flow hog for at least ten days without '
or 964-5855 thing the trip proves. Ketchie committee! said that one central of water from Sampson Lake showing any outside symptons.
"If you want to drink told the committee. The residents authority is needed In time through Sampson Canal ( dirt showing comparative depths of culverts under State Road 225 All Sales Banned f

that's business-' urged that the creek of emergency to delegate duties. Even If the three railroad and f>. S. & F. Railroad truck at Sampson City. Under Commissioner Conner's
your could\ be cleaned out. He referred to the civil defense culverts were lowered to the ban, the only way that hogs can '
you want to stop that'sour CommissionerElect Bryan, a director proper depth there still would way culvert, according to Ed of the Increased flow without This prospect has brought be moved In Florida during the
business." member of the committee! told "If this is not done. I frankly not be sufficient capacity to wards' calculations All four of flooding its banks. M 0, Mc- pretests in the past from residents 90-day period Is direct to slaugh

the croup their statements were don't see why you need a take care of all the water that course woul-l have to be placedtwo Millan, County surveyor, says and property ownersalma ter. They cannot be moved front
This Space Contributed contradictory."You civil defense director." Williams could pass through the highway feet three and five-eight there. is sufficient drop in elevation the Santa Fe from Gra- farm to farm either to sell or

Weekly to Publicize wanted a study at first&, toM the committee! members culvert which has a waterwayarea Inches lower than the present front the railroad to the ham to Brooker to Worthington buy. Hog sales at livestock;
Community Events by not shotgun methods and the. Commissioners Ralph Bryan of 256 square feet culverts If they are to carry rivet! to take care of the deeper Springs who say that speeding markets have also been halted
300 cent." and Buck Norman and City th'lr maxlrrum load of water. channel. the water from the Sampson
The CommunityState Board agrees per Each of the round metal railroad for the duration of the emer-
Bryan said. "But now you're Councilman Nell Tucker P. T. culverts has a_diameter of Increasing the capacity of the Still unsolved, of course, Lake basin into the river would gency.
Bank going the other way." Nolan and Oerald Williams. nine feet with a surface open- culverts might mean that Samp- would: be what to do with the ony Intensify peak flood conditions Originally reported In only

Accounts now Insured Bloodworth explained that he Councilman P. T. NoUn said in? of 63.62 square feet, Basedon eon' Canal, turning south from water after Jt reached the Santa : in their area. three counties last week Ollchrlst -
to 15.000 ItrFe..1 means to keep the "natural the first move should be to ea- this figure it would require the railroad to the Santa Fe F? If the river was already Edwards estimates It would Alachua, and Columbla-
op I.- drainage tributaries clear now." tabl.sh: a civil defense policy. four nine-foot culverts. Insteadof Rlvr-a distance of five or six overflowing Its banks and backing coat approximately $3.000 to the epidemic has now spread to
Deposit" No new digging is advocated Williams stated that the County three, to give a waterwayarea miles-might have to be deepened up into Its' tributaries as la lower the three existing cul-
sue (,0.,.. the verts and. Install fourth (Continued on Page Two)
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Mr. and ]TVAs.. Dale Brown the ,$74,000 Container still owes I 1 I

gave family birthday party Go To Work in 1JW5-67 taxes The firm has :
Timo'To Enroll For
:lust' !< Friday afternoon for, their ,I. to date paid only those taxes I Still

< d dmigh-tcr. Kim on her first< whichMt admits td! owe, but has I,

birthday, at the home of Kim's On Drainage 4\ posted1.bonds for the remaining
grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs S74.000. DANCING CLASSESCall
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Fate Brown. Fifteen friends and i II II I
relatives enjoyed the occasion.) I I

GLADYS MOOTY\ Mrs. Roman Futch of Jacksonville Officials Told Mornings; and After 5 P- M. 'j.

Phone 964-7608 1 and Mrs. Irene Frisbee 1_, ,
-- of) MlckllebWR were Tuesday visitors PHONE 9647098Winter's
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of L, L. Conner and Mr.
Miss Brenda Lewis and Pat Mrs.! E. R. Fmvth of Madl""n" ,
Famsworth spent the weekend : N. J Is visiting hrr mother, and Mrs Felix Sapp. he said until! an engineering!

:with the latter's parents Mr. Mrs. Bertha Pearce for ten!! days Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Mrs I tiicly can be completed of
Titus Olson and Mrs E. J. La- School Dancing.
end- Mrs. Harold C, Farnsworth, Mr. Smyth: will Join them ovel'the Chairman Norman told the
num attended the Methodist dls residents, however) that the
Jn Tampa and attended the UF- weekend. Mrs. Pearce also
Sat-urday' \ : had as Sunday visitors, Mr and trick WSCS workshop! In Ocala I Jomm'ssion! plans to begin workon CAMPAIGN 396 N. Cherry! St. Starke, Fla.
en Wednesday of last week. Alligator Creek within a
& !! Mrs. F. B. Vlnson!' and Mrs. T. Ye+
::Ifar: her Junior year ,at the Unl- J. Thomas of Valdc,<;t.\, Ga., and S-Sit. Joseph A. Gay of Fort veek or 10 days or as soon asa 1. Dorothy Winter Salazar Instructor,
verslty.. I M-.s. Lillian Phillips of) Luke Jacks, 6. C. spent) the weekend 1 "menls can be obtained. 68--1,000
with his parents, Mr. and "Ycu can't in and
: C. 0. Ritch of St. Petersburgwas City. ..., just go --
Mrs. G A. Gay. (lari ,digging! or you'U have.rouble
a Tuesday visitor cf M"s.: Sheriff P. D. Reddish roti-rncd! r .1. Roy( Chasten and Johnny( !t. : ." Norman\ ,.stated.. ,
Ritch, Miss Annie Darby,
:Carrie month St.
Saturday after: a in Warren attended' tho UF-AlH E:ginger Edwards said he
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and Mrs. George Anderson.Mr. .
Lake's Hospital. Force game la Tampa, on Satur- w'll! ., give the county an easement
and Mrs. H. C. Rllcli were\ Col. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher
his property, to dig
day. across
Jn St Augustine Monday visiting visited their son Harry: at !Mrs Robert Case and Miss .. J,... i jut the creek when the project OUT0pL
*Ins. Eva Whltten. Georgia Military College, M.l- Kathy Struth of Tallahasseewere I ,U, gone about in the right way. rFOR r EATING SURE 1j I'I''Bring
: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown .
ledgevllle Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.S. visiting their parents, Mr. Hew Method Edwards said there Is a right
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Of St. Louis!, Mo., were last Wednesday G. Demark took th'.er'! daughter and Mrs. Merrill Struth, over the way and a wrong way to carry _

to Friday visitors cf) 'Mr. Joyce: to LaGrange College I, weekend Gets BIP Award jut,,drainage )projects and that,

:land Mrs. J. W Ritdi. LaGrange' Ga. and the two : 1(10( Dresses on Sale. Friday and so far, the county has gone
Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarez' underwent couples joined each other at Saturday al Lella's.Mr about it in the wrong way. Alligator !

"' surgery Inft Wednesday in Callow-ay Gardens, Ga., returning I and Mrs J, C. Hobbs and Mrs. II. L. Thomas, who with her husband own the. New Creek passes! through Ed The i

the Bethesda Hospital, Boynton Tuesday Mrs. Richard:! Hobbs of Gainesville Method Cleaners on North& Temple Ave.,, receives the Chamber wards' farm, on Edwards' Road S .

:Bench\/ Mis.! Clyde Terwillegar Sr. of! were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Commerce's September Bradford Improvement& Award from west of Starke., '

: Miss Betty Billups of) HnmJmond. St. Petersburg Beach spent Mon- Malcolm Mclnnis In St. Petersburg ConimlllPe Chairman Bud Ml/cll. The meeting ended when 1 L Whole -Family!

La, was a weekend tmrtt day and Tuesday; with Mr, and over the weekend and attended Chairman: Norman agreed to
The 1 hernia* presently reside In Providence but plan to move
:of. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and* Mrs Terwillegar Jr. while cn- the game In Tampa on seek a study by the U. S. DeI I
:daughter Evelyn rrute home after two months In Saturday. modeled and redecorated the bulldog pa1:tment of Engineers A. U. 8.
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Ool. and Mrs. T. T. Long and New York and Asheville N C. Miss Janice Vickers of Brunswick The Thoi ;is5:; presently reside In Providence but plan to moveto engineer did visit Lie cuuniyi I lad. )teat Mom and the Kids to

;Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis spent; the Local admittances to Bradford Ga. spent! lost< Wednesdayto slarke shortly They are formerly of Lake City where Mr. the following day (see accom-1 ''
.weekend with Mr. find Mrs. '1'. ) County Hospital this week Saturday with Mr and Mrs Thnrmis was employed by the Lake City Laundry pairing: article in this Issue of 'Dinner out, with plenty of Good
-T. Long Jr. and Truy In Include: James Paa-menter: Luther The Telegraph). \ 1 sra
son John E. Watson Ill
The RIP Committee also /given special mMitloq! \ for Improve Food, Family Fun. Our Menu is! .
.Jackson, MIIII!!. Mrs. Lt''q'nl' Powell, Mrs. Elzabcth Mr and Mrs Lester Crew* > A third meeting of the drainage ,
ments to R. V. Durrancc of Dnrranre Pump & Supply, Co. '1I. 1\
eon to her home In Wilmington toth, Mrs. Elizabeth Crews, no daughter! Carolyn, returned ; committee was st f' set to suit every taste, with Special Menus for Children. Enjoy our Pleasant
:iDela. on Sunday. vr s. Jtdifi: Glennie Mrs. Ber- Friday from o three weeks tlrp :N.> Temple Avc.. The Music' (Stand, on Court Street owocd)byMr. Thursday Oct. 3, at 8 p. m., lit '

and Mis. G. McOrlff, WInkler Electric N Braoiord Couiiiy t.uA u Atmosphere and Service We'll do the Dishes!
m Mr: and Mrs. E. P. Renner re- 'ha Pentecost and Harold Bra to Denmark, Germany Switzer J. on Temple) the warm Friendly
:turned last Friday from two :ram of Starke; Mrs. Agnew V. and, Greece, Turkey, and Bel Ave, .owned l by Mrt n""lo, | Wlnltlcr and her non( Warren, and'' fence building on North Temple ,

weeks vacation. They visited Jewell of Waldo Seymour Bal- glum. air and Mrs. C. II. Nasworlhy of !Nasnorthy Furniture and, Avenue for a repot' on the pro- ,
Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Branch In ry of Hampton; Gilford:! :Arnold Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williamsof Appliances procs of the dra'nage study. Try Our Delicious Bullet

.I ortolk\ Va. and spent' a week if f Lake Butler; and Mrs. Lola Jacksonville were Sunday visitors I'

e at Nag'a Head N C. C. Nelson and Mrs. Louise M. of Mr. and Mrs. One Wig- timber SuitDismissal SERVED; DAILY
e Sacher of Keystone Heights. Tins
e Mrs A'-lin McKnight attendedthe :
D' and M",. D W. Whiffn at, LUNCU DINNER
Public Health Supervisors' Hog Cholera Two 1I0T EN1'Hgl
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t"rded: the N--th Central! Flor
Breakthrough in Color Photography! Conference In Jacksonville lust BUFFET BUFFET
ids: Optometric Society execu\ rh 'sdiy and Friday." Sought TWO vrGFTnRr.E H
I tlve board' meeting In Miami en
Mr and' Mrs. Jerry Williamsof 11 A. nt. to ;; nt
Outbreak Is
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Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Whlf { ASCOUTED; SALADS J"i kl.to
e I fen I Is !president,' of the Society. Gainesville, were visiting Mr (Continued from Page One) 'L I'. M. ).
tad Mrs T. C. Chastain en Sun- ROLLS mTfIm
and Mrs. Whlffen is president of -

the Rex Women's Brown Auxiliary of Miami\ spent day.100 Dresses on Sale Friday and Under ControlContinued Co Bradford's, very similar case In principleto $$1 25 TEA $$75

Saturday at Lt'llii's.Mr. Container hns also filed a petition
several days: last week with his COFFEE ,n .
and Mf.s.. Robbie Shanevisited \'
District Court
with the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. ( from Page One)
Brown. He was accompanied Mr and Mrs. Don Ray for a rehearing of the 1M! >3 ttm-
Tilley In Jacksonville on Sunday. 13 14 counties '! has the
e horns by Jehu Adams for the or with 31 herds be" suit The petition
Mrs. J, D. Warren has return- the litigation
weekend. Rex has been prom confirmed positive for cholera, effect of keeping
ctd to district sales manageol '::1 from Riverside Hospital Including some 1,170 head of alive and the decision of the
chore she ,underwent surgery hogs.! Only a few additional sus 'District Court from becoming .
Rn'lham.Du3h, Inc and Is being =
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transferred t:> Jacksonville: ast Thursday.Mr. pects have been reported In the final. 4&c1k WIt
and Mrs. R A, Colson last few days, however According to Tax: Collector J.
Mr. and M s. Guy Sale visit
i tad Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Close Watch R. Kelly, the county is thus
ed Mr. and Mrs, Jack Sale ir.
dale are camping at Turnorn still enjoined from collecting
Blountstown the first of the Williams said that 50 State and
: FIRST TIME ) week. 3tat Park at Daytona: Beach Federal veterinarians are now I
+; ont Tuesday! to: Friday. In the field, ready:! to follow ion :' -
Rev. and Mrs R. E. MacBlalr
EVER OFFEREDat i M-; and Mrs. R. Jf. Grlder ell :
are moving: to( Apalachicola. Oct,, suspects reported. A staff Announcing the 1969 Plymouths
99c 1 where they have purchased a have had as visitors\ (Lloyd Grl of USDA veterinarians Is manning
Plus SOc Camera Fee home. der of St. Simons!! Island over an emergency laboratoryset ,

the weekend, and:! Mr. and Mrs up at Live Oak, with special
Mr and Mrs Larry Stoner
Compare at $25.00) () '
I. P. Eldrldge of Jacksonville ,
and grandson of Ocala. were on equipment rushed: in from the 1.' .
,GENUINE FULL NATURAL COLOR PORTRAITS'! weekend guests of Mr andMrs. Sunday USDA lab at Ames, Iowa This ;
George W. Brown Mrs Louise Rhodes of Miami will enable quick determinationsto 'I

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or your money Miss Betsy Matthews was! visiting I is visiting her father E, W be made in suspect oases I 'II

refunded. Miss Claudia Robinson In Hayes, and Mrs. Hayes thLs:. WllllniM Slid. I
West Palm Beach last week week. It Is Ironical that the outbreak

FOR ALL AGES! Italics, children adults. Groups; Mrs. P. E. 'Stone and Miss Ma Mr. and Mri Mark H- 'inx came just weeks aften !Florida

photographed at an additional mall, charge.: mle Anderson of Archer werr Jncksnnvlllc wevisiting Mr received a certificate in August r
visiting their sister Mrs. E. M. end Mrs W. F, Hsrlong on Sun' ceremonies at Gainesville declaring -

'LIMITED OFFER! One per subject, one per family. Dnvis over the weekend. :lay. it the n'nfi': : cholera-free!
Mrs. H. B. Hamilton) and r- state In the nation, and first in :
[ Miss Terry. Barry Is In Ala-
-CROW'S INVITED I Tclng sU"tP'v: fils w 'ek In the te t:: Southeast
hullo General: Hospital followlnnu _
Inivarslty Medical Center:!: Emergency Order _

Leila's Dress & Gift Gainesville automobile Tuesday accidentI'night of last\ Mr. and Mrs tferbert! Thomas Ccnl1 r's emergency order
Shop week pent' Sunday nt FUlr Bsaoi.! states: "All swine ara hereby

10I Dresses Sale Kathy, Mclanle and Lex Green prohibited: > movement for the il ilIi
on Friday and
132 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Saturday at Leila's. :af Gnlne'vllle were visit''ng their : at en cf this emergency, except'delivering

Mr. and Mrs. grandparents, Mr. and:! Mrs. Los: from farm to approved Ii
DATE: Thurs. and Fri. Oct. 3 and 4 last Wednesday J. G.to Sunday Holtorrgpont Green, over the weekend slaughtering establish.mcnts. I

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TIME: 10flO: ) A. HI. to 5:00 I P. M. In the Smoky! Mountains and Mrs. Alice Edwards Brook- Such emergency shall .a
er and Mra. Virginia preclude any sale ol swine
I Gatlinbiirg, Tenn Kelly of .
e through livestock auction mark-
Keystone Heights were Tuesday Sport Fury, 1-Oaor: Hardtop!
visitors of Sheriff and Mrs P. ets or from farm to farm within
.. D. Reddish the etate."

Violators of the order will ,be
: Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar Jr attended subject to arrest on misdemeanor 1
4 the first Fall Alumni
charges! with penalties or
meeting of the Gainesville
chap
fines up to $500 or six months
ter PI Beta Phi sorority on Wed- imprisonment.Ocunty; .
.. nesday at the home o' Mrs
Agent G. T. Hugglna
Weltner Jr In
Gainesville. said his office had
been swamped -
Mias Betsy Matthews will enter I during the' past week with
the Atlanta College
of
Medical
phone calls from anxious swine
and Dental. Assistants this producers:! large. and .email,
r p weekend. She will be
r accom- wanting to know how to deal
panied to Atlanta. by Mrs. E. L. with ,the emergency.
Matthews and :Mrs. John
ONE RACK OFt Miller. "All we can tell them,'* Hug-

.gIM said, "is to sit tight and 11t..
hope for the best There Is 'no
SERVICE: !SCHEDULE!: vaccine or serum available in Road Runner 2-Door Hardtop 1968 W.rn.r 'r... -S-v.n Art*. In.. Sport Suburban Wagon _

LADIES DRESSES --.BT. EDWARD'S CHURCH, Florida, and even If It were a-

kI I Starke vaIlable Its use might/ aggravate .-
rather than better the sltu- '
Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. 1
Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m. '
Miraculous Medal Novena: Disaster PlanIs ]

Saturday 7, p m. '

REDUCED Confessions: 5 D>. m. and 7 Discussed =-
p. m. .

BOOi -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH. !Continued from Pace one1 \ l;: --
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t TO 'i Kevstone Heights aticn. R .

Sunday Mass: 7:30: a, m Commission< Is the CD policy

r and 0:00: a. m.Wedneaday board under Florida Statute (
\ : Mass 25U.:
tr Ate -- --- and Novena -
7, p. m Noun then suggested that

i" LADIES members of the city government
-ST, Barracuda Sports Fallback'
MARX'S ClIin m. and other agencies such Valiant'Sipnet4-DoorSedan'

Maoclenny, ,? as schools and National Guard
Sunday Mass: 11:30: a.'mTHE'BRADFORD personnel, might be placed on FURYS.BELVEDERES'BARRACUDAS'VALIANTS -

Ii4k4i,I BETTER DRESSESUP I times an advisory of emergency.board to assist In Now there are 64 great new Plymouths to Cut loose with Barracuda-pure, sport

win
you over.Completely. from bumper to bumper.
"There Is no reason the civil
restyled Furys. Newest edition Eight new Valiants becausean honest com
( defense couldn't call in others
COUNTY for liaison members of the Of the success car of the sixties. Longer, pact makes a lot of sense to a lot of people.

-' .. ...TELEGRAPH. council, law enforcement agencies wider, roomier than ever. 6 new wagons, too. In the past two years three-quarters of a

Published every Thursdayat and persons from outlying The beat goes on with Belvedere. Fastest million owners of competitive cars have been

UP 138 'TV. Call St.. I I towns," Nolln ..saId.I growing line In the mid-size market. won over to Plymouth;, See for yourself why.Tlymoulfi .

SPORTSWEAR Stark. Fla 32091 I I CD Director Frank Williams

Second class postage paid !!, agreed that he desires the as- -
TO' Isiance of other officials In r
at Starke, Fla.
I
duties for iC
Subscription Rat.: I cies.delegating emergen- CHRYSLER Look""' .Plymouth's!:up to now.'

HAlF[ 2 In trade area: ,00 per No plans were announced, MOTOm OOMraluJIMI 'At your Plymouth Dealer's September:
year; $2.25 six month. however, for any further plain-
OFF Ding for implementation1 of the
Outside trade ara: 4.50 i disaster plan.

per year; $2.50 ilx months j The plan was brought up by

_! SAVE -- SAVE J:. L. Matthews publisher editor and 1 I I age Williams and after fire protection the county drain topics STARKE CHRYSLER. PLYMO UTH, Inc. U. S. 301 NorthSTARKE .

were discussed: ln,-,t Thursday. I '
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I II 1 1I 1I I Three Parties I 'Stork Shower Mrs. Ewouds BAKE SALE

1I b / Ihe Little Women's Club will
,Syr I Given ForRecent t 5tir For Mrs. WatsonAt W-ll: Observe I have a bale? sale Saturday start

Bride Fellowship HallMrs ,100th BirthdayMrs. Ink! at 9:30:: a. m. in front' o'
I Stan's Bootea-y on E. Call Street,
I
I Mrs. Michael Peoples, the for John E. Watson III was Helen (Cooniei) Richard I

GLADYS MOCTY I mer Elaine Smith, whose mar honored at a stork shower Ewouds:! who was brn:< in Starkeon r A VROLI. ENVELOPES

964-7608 I rlage was an event of Sept 20. I Thursday night of last week In September 30, 1863 will! observe with <>r without carbon fl w-
Phone
I was honored at several showers I the Methodist\ Fellowship< Hall I her 100 birthday anniversary I Br4diru: County Telegraph.
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recently +1prY.rf given by Mrs. Julian E MoRse, Sunday at 1409 Cherry St.,
1 Shower Given Mrs. Fred Hutslcp, gave a ,bridal Mrs G S, Brown and Mrs Jacksonville I

shower for the honoree on Marvin Brown\ Ewouds the
Mrs. is daughter
I i For Linda HagarAt Sept, 10 at her home on Brown- Guests were: seated at tables of the late Capt. John C Richard -
lee road. In the hall which were decorated I
who In
Brooker I was a partner one
Games and refreshments were a with garland of Ivy Intsrsprend of the first businesses in Starke. :
'enjoyed during the evening, with pompoms and daises The
i Miss Linda Hagar' brtde-elect Richard & Pace general merchandise

.. of William Harrell, was guestof Miss' Faye Dyal, Mrs. Cath- refreshments with an arrangement table was of centered mixed store. ,
honor at a miscellaneous: tl :11[ Mrs. Ewouds moved to Jacksonville
> r ern Dyal. Mrs. Tom LeFevers, : flowi-:*!, Including carnations, t
shower Sept. 12 at the Brooker Mrs. Eloise Lester and Mrs J, daisies and pompoms. many years ago, and has CAi\1PAIGN'\
Community Center. '. resided! there" ever! since. Her
,I r R. Smith entertained at a 'bridal 4 Two games were played during -
Hostesses were Mrs. BUI Big- friends and relatives ex-
shower on Sept. 16 at the iii' the: party hou's and prizes many
'
'mm! Mrs. Howard Douglas tend congratulations< on her 100th
.. home of the latter In Graham. 'were awarded to Mrs.! Dale -- 1,00'REVOLUTIONARY
Mrs. Bobby Dyal Mrs Earl anniversary.
4:5L During the evening games Brown Mrs. F, W, Strickland,
Green, Mrs. Doris. Kelley, Mrs. Odom-Tanner
with prizes were played and refreshments and Mrs J, R. Walnwilght. I ..
I Tom Markey Mrs. J. R Mott
: .ia
.;: served. The hostesses presented the
and Mrs. Dick Starling 1 1 Mrs. Luther Jackson cf Starke .
The hostesses presented the honoree with a baby travel scat
, White cushion mums and :, and George E. Seely of Macon. 'I
L__ I -. It. honoree with an electric mixer -1 I a handmade baby sweater.
1. gladioli in crystal and silver .... ,. ,' occasion. Oa announce the engagement
as a memento of the set. I
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; "perynes were used at focalpoints. .6r, to. and approaching marriage of ..Ie thirty guests included
: ) -T < their Elizabeth
daughter. Jean
I I The women of Calvary Baptist Mrs H. II. Adams! mother of r
I OutoftownJests!!'\ attendingwere % Odom to Oral Stanley Tanner,
t a miscellaneous tare honoree, Mr.s John E Watiin :
: Mis. M. P. Hazen and ,\ ) '1 Church gave !ton of Mr. and Mrs. L S. Tanner
Mrs. Bill Plummer cf Sta-ke. ':', :" '....'!'.''' .1l shower!! on Sept 17 at the of Lawtey. II und Mrs Franklin Harvey new performance !
I .." i\4I !' home of Mrs. Ed Mobly on Wal-- of Macclenny and Miss Ja ,
and Mrs. Charles Perry and i Y1' The wedding will be eventof
Carol Ann Farr ,I ,. nut street, an nice VIckSM: ol 1 Brunwick, Ga. ,,1r
Mrs Cephus Harrell of Gaines P". : "'f ,_ Oct. 18. Further 'plans will
J'. ,url. Bible games were played and e '
vine """ t ''''i .> be announced later. .
To Wed | "
j I. / : refreshments enjoyed. w t

Mr McElroy New Social Group I ;, ,' '. _i1.. 9t/, ,. ''F UDC NoticeThe {
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Enjoys PartyAt L ':....../:.. ,. .....; .{_.' Garden ClubAnnounces Hospital Head W. T. Weeks chapter; ,

Mr. and Mrs.! Alvin Farr announce AddressesAuxiliary UDC will meet Wednesday. Oct. I
Esther Pearl Becomes Bride
the engagement and approaching ParsonageA Cartwright 2. at 3:30: p. m. at the home of l ln

marriage 'of their Of John H. Andrews In Tennessee New OfficersThe MembersE. Mrs O. L Bcailcy. and Mrs. J
daughter.' Carol Ann. to Harry newlv organized social group W. Ktacaid.

Glen McElroy, son of Mr. and o; the First Methodist Church Mss:! Esther Pearl Cartwright sun'' rose. Starke Garden Club held F. Saunders, Administrator ++

(Mrs. H. H. McElroy, of. New- met at the 'parsonage Saturday! of Starke. daughter of Mr. and Bridal attendants were Miss It's first meeting of the club of the Bradford County Hospital NORTIISIOE BAPTIST

berry. night for an evening of fellow- Mrs R. C. Cartwrlght of Cleve- Patti Keys of Knoxville, Tenn.: year Monday night ,at the homeo was the speaker at the CHURCH I

Miss Farr graduated from ship, refreshments and games. land, Term., and John Harold and Miss Lynn Pierce of Starke, the president,Mrs. L. L. Full- general meeting of the Hospital Located on Bayless Highway
Newbemry High School and la Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Farabee Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. niece of the bride. They wore wood. Auxiliary) Monday night held in [Sit 223 at Ralford) Road ll llC llI llM

employed with Davis Electric In Jr. met the 21 guests at the door I R. R, Andrews were united In gowns identical to the honor at Mrs. L. V. Hardin second the Methodist Fellowship Hall. [iSR 16].

Gainesville. and .served as hosts In the intro- marriage August 31 at 7:30: p. tendant's, except in a lighter vicepresident and program Mr. Saunders spoke on tMIntercommllnlcatton Services: Sunday School 10

The wedding will be solemn- ductions. m. in the Thompson: Springs shade of coral. They also car chairman, announced that the between the a. m,; Sunday Morning Worship -
ized at 8 p. m. Saturday. Nov. I The group' will meet t at the | Baptist Church, Cleveland.Tenn '! ried a single long stem "eternal theme of the (programs for the hospital and the Auxiliary! and 11 a. m.; Training Union,

123, In the Pine Level Baptist home of Mr. and (Mrs. Gareth Rev. Erwin Townsend suV rose. year will! ,be "Grow-With a Cap- directed his. talk to the new 0:30: p. m-: Evening Service,)

Church with a reception following Jones in October. Date and timeto performed the doublering The bride, given in marriage ital G." The October programwill members.Mrs.. 7:30: : Midweek Prayer Service, \
J. W. Hitch presided
in the church educational be announced later. ceremony. by her father, wore a floor be "Grow In Your OwnBackyard. Wednesday/ 7-30: -Rev, Glenn
the and Wai-
building. Candelabra arches, a prayer length gown of lace. The full ." over meeting Mrs. Lawhon, pastor \ \:: \ 1
bench and large baskets of belled skirt flared from a fit- la Llpsey, devotion chairman, t iF
I All friends and relatives of the DKG Has Other officers elected to serve led In the Auxiliary prayer. ,
mums and fern provided the ted bodice and featured a scalloped -
couple are invited to attend. in the coming year are: first'vlcepre.sdent Mrs W. A. Stern, grounds chair,
Fall for the re-embroidered
Workshop"Fact !setting ceremony. yoke
Mrs. H. B. IIsm-
I man reported on improvements
\ Music\ was provided by Sonny with seed pearls, iridescents
I Altar SocietySt. or Fantasy:
wright, soloist, brother of the sleeves were scalloped and the flower show chairman during the summer. only a beautiful patented
Edward's Altar Society will was the theme as wom- I bride. chapel train of matching lace D. Connor; secretary, Mrs. R. Mrs\ Titus Olson hospitality ,

meet Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 7:30p. : en educators from Bradford, Baker Ervin Andrews attended as ended In scalloped ruffles Thebrlrlc's F. Young; treasurer, Mrs. A. chairman, reported the Hospitality i1 W

\ m. In the Parish Hall. Plans and Union Counties met at j I bout man and fie ushers were veil of Illusion! fell from; Russell Norman; chairman of Strop, In the Hospital lob- 5 EmLEAOIL

will be made to attend the fall the Bradford County Civil! Defense i George, H. Pierce. Wayne Ciit-: a Jeweled lace crown. She carrier birds and conservation.!\ Mrs. by had netted $301.62:]() slice the

deanery meeting In Gainesville building on Saturday mornIng I wright brother of the bride: ] a white Bible topped with"snr.w I,Maxie Carter Sr.; chairman of April meeting. The sewing com HOME HEATERgives

on Oct. 9. All ladles of the Parish for the tall workshop of Del and Donald Smith of Delano. song" roses, centered garden therapy, Mrs. Carl Mathews mittee now making puppets as BY
are Invited to join the groupat ta Kappa Gamma Society. Tenn. with a cattleya orchid with ; visiting gardens chair- gifts for the child patients asked NANCY'S FLOWERS so much wonderful comfort

these meetings.Southside stephanotis and satin streamers.A man, Miss! Dawn Lamb; anti- for volunteers in the protect I IE'IL
) Mrs. Edna! Hart, president, Miss Pauline! Cartwriglit of
reception held at the Utter chairman, Mrs. Victor Mrs. A, E. McKlnney and Mr "KFEP AWAY
presided and Mrs Lucille was
Cle\eland. Tenn. served her sister I
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chairman Saunders reported a satll>Cac-
home of the bride's parents.The Limb; hospitality SPIRITS"The
III PTAThe chairman
directed
Payne -
program
as maid of honor. She was receiving line was com- Mrs Lundy Prater. factory proposition had been new heating comfort
the workshop. attired in a floor length A-llne Arabs of many centuries
mode
pored of the wedding party and Mrs Hardin and Mrs. Young with Motorola on the 1Thia: Siegler Oil Heater is alt new, from the inside
Southside Elementary Lunch served to the new
was
group deep! coral brocade gown. Her delegate and leasing of new TV's for pa ago carried talismans.! It was,.
- School PTA will meet at 7:30: I at noon by the Bradford County veil of coral tulle was attached the parents of the bride and were appointed as meetingIn tients' rooms. simply a magical figure; cut in out! The entire wall of the inner unit create super

p m. Tuesday in the school cafe- members to circlet band. She carrleca groom. alternate to the district Oct. 25. The following new members metal or stone, Its plIrpose--to boat tubes that surround the flame. The result ia
The bride's table was center. Gainesville on
torlum. single long stemmed "eternal have been accepted for membership drive away more beat over your floor more fuel savings and
ed with arrangement of
white an : Mrs. Carolyn Fuqua evil spirits.There undreamed of heating comfort. Why put up with an"expensive"
\ carnations and eternalsun
rases. Cutting the three- Services Held Mrs. Lila Caldwell Mrs Sam was I cheap heater when a Siegler will pay for

T tiered wedding cake were Mrs For. Mrs. IngramAt Burgess, Mrs. M :A. B.ildwln 1 one tribe of Itself with the fuel jt aavea
Jr., Mrs. Inez II
BI"Yce.Mrs\ Smith Arabs who
Guy Smith of Delano, Tenn. !
special valuesy and Mrs. Stephen Kelley of First Baptist !DeVoe, Mrs. Hazel Carlton! Mrs. changed that I new styling

Jacksonville Assisting In serving E. M. Prevail, Mrs Lois New- sup erstltlon. '' Clean trim lines with a "picture frame" front. The
Carrie Ingram, 82 a formir man, Mrs. Wayne Harper, and
Mrs.
were Mrs. Ervin Andrewsant' They used a I genuine porcelain enamel ia rich cordovan with bright
died \
: resident of Starke, < Mrs. Harry Mooty. I
Mrs Townsend, Stricklandof certain little
gold trim. This Siegler will be the handsomest and
after an : ;
Tuesday in Tallahassee During the social hour refresh-
ftarke. Mrs Kenneth Cart- blossom froma i
friend In hornet!
extended !illness. ments warmest; your
were served by Mrs Olin
wright and Mrs. Earl Cartwright "
desert flower. "It Is lovely, '
( so
of Cleveland, Tenn. Mrs. George A former teacher !lit the Brad- 'White Jr., social chairman, and
tor school they said, "that as long as you SIEGLER at
H. Pierce of Starke, kept ford and Union County her committee. see a soon
the" bride's book. system. Mrs. Ingram was bornIn carry one of the blossoms' nothing -
Waldo on August 10, 1888.I / evil could come near you."
Following the reception the
I Before moving to Tallahassee Mr. And Mrs. Hicks Well, we dont know about, that
r ,
couple left on a wedding trip to
Gatllnburg and the Smoky several years ago she had op- To Celebrate 65th but we are convinced that the DENMARKFURNITURE
1.99 in most lovely-meet appreciatedgift -
CARPS } t'w' Mountains. The bride traveled erated a sundries store .
i In a baby blue linen suit with Starke. \she was a member of Anniversary Is a floral gift end flowers ( I

Navy accessories, complemented thn Thomasvllle Road Baptist to someone who Is sick or I COMPANY' Y
Church of Tallahassee. Mr and Mrs. Bryant D, (Hicks shut in; it will warm their
with the orchid from her
B1RDSEYE $ & / bridal bouquet. Surviving is one son, Hugh B. will celebrate their 6.r>th wedding hearts,
f 431 1 W. Call St. Phone 961-5827
Mrs Andrews Is a registerednurse Ingram Jr., of Tallahassee; a I anniversary on Sunday, Sept 29 STAItKE. FLORIDA
at Bradford County Hos- sister, Mrs. B H. Hardin, Jack- .with open house at their home, I
pital and Mr. Andrews Is a sonville! ; and two grandchildren. 1006 E. Tomlln! St., Plant City.
aenlor in the (School of Pharm- Hosts of this occasion will be ------
DIAPERS
acy at the University of FlorIda Funeral services were held at their children. (Mars Paul Mc-

They are residing at 1228 2 p. m. Thursday In the First Donald, !Mrs,, F. M.Ruls, Mis. C. '

Blending street In Starke. Baptist Church Starke, with A. Chrlstenberry, all of Plant lans 7\mc\!
Rev. Leo Hebert and Rev. W. A. City, and James, Elwln Hicks of I .es

r ., f Hogan officiating. Interment Bow, Wash. '
2 D 6 6 I Recent BirthsI wac: in Mount Sinai Cemeterynear Mr. Hicks Is a former' resident 0\000'"

i'$3 I Graham, with DrWltt C. of the Lawtey area, I .. M

'.r/ Mr. and Mrs. John C. Watson Jones Funeral Home in charge All friends and relative of the

for III of Kingsley Lake announce couple are invited to attend, I Yq.rC

the 'birth of a lIOn on I II
Sept 23 in St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Fuquay, 90, CARl OF THANKS! j I

tested brand of I Maternal grandparents are Dr, Died TuesdayIn With deepest Rratlurlo I extend I
Our
own qooffty and Mrs. H. H. Adams.Mr. .
this word of thanks for the I
soft, thick and thirsty Birdseyo and Mrs. John Kopclousos! Local Hospital many kind acts of sympathy! '

weave. Big 27 x 27" 8 z. with all of Birmingham, Ala announce expressed by thoughtful lends, I iJJ ", ,

edges hemmed. $1.99 doze bu) the birth of a daughter on Sept. Mrs. Agnes M. Fuquay. 90, of These, kindnesses have meantso ,

two dozen and savel) 24. Grandparents are Mr and Lawtey, died Tuesday afternoon ( much to me. Mrs. Daniel R. '
\1; Mrs. J, R. Wainwrtght and Mr. in Bradford County Hospital Weeks. -2t
and Mrs. George Kopelousos. after an extended illness. She I

Bradford: County Hospital announce was born in Jefferson County on :

30 X 40 FLANNELETTE INFANTS NYLON Mr. and the Mrs.following James.births Sanford: ) August member 9.of the 1878 Baptist and was Church.a I SEE; r

Pfoutz, Penny Farms, a daughter Surviving are two daughters
TIGHTS Mr. Emma of Lawtey,
RECEIVING BLANKET STRETCH Cynthia Lynn, Sept. 24. Page "HINEIGHBOR"
Monti-
and Mrs. Lula Knight on
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Austin,
Maxvllle, a daughter, Sept. 24. cello; three eons Jack Fuquay,
Montlcello; John Fuquay,
$1.19 Starke; and Willie! Thlgpen.
pKg $158 900 Federal EngineerSees Monticello; two sisters, Mrs. with
s'
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of 2 value Area Donla Walker, Montlcello. and Jim Watson
Mrs. Cornelia Sheffield San. i tie

ford; a half sister, Mrs. Theo And OnSEPTEMBER .V
flannelette In Choice of ruffled can-can back or (Continued From Page One!
ort: and cozy cotton I Fillmarr, Tallahassee; two half I

prints, stripes and solids. Large tailored style with waterproof million dollars, Bryan reported.In brothers Lee Clark, of Sander I Ilion 30

30 x 40, in white, blue, maize and plastic panty insert. In 4 washable Goodge's opinion, it will be and Bill Clark, Tallahassee I

pink colors. 6-18 mo. three to four months before a !; 18 grandchildren and several -, Hear Special f.'uest!! you put your dollars in First, Federal and they

reconnaissance team will be great-grandchildren.! and other dollars and have family
meet a
after Funeral services were held at marry
sent to Bradford County
INFANT 3 PIECE INFANT NYLON the formal written request Is 11 a m. Thursday In Jones Memorial I GeorgeHuggins and that's where your dividends come from.
made Chapel with Rev. Lacy

CUSHION LEG PANTY "This decision Is out of my Conway, and Rev. L. P. Rafustoff.clatlng. I
SWEATER SET department; but my personal ; Interment was In

very rough and certainly unof-- Crosby Lake Cemetery with De. I
fic'al. estimate would be within Wl't' C. Jones Funeral Home in f Savings and Loan'ASSOCIATION j

I Carps Pkg'-4- 900 three or four months," Goodge charge. Bradford County ':

5299 4 replied to Bryan's question.
Goodge participated in the re- Agent .
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Low cerl Black Creek Study which MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL OF STARKE

was reject by the Corps of 6:45 A.M. 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000
4 Legs and waist are cushioned Engineers because of a low Sunday-9:45: a. m. S'daySchool

Sweater, cap and booties In soft, with nylon elastic to minimize coM-beneflt ratio. Goodge said 11:00: a. m. Morning on

Orion acrylic knit. Styles for boys chaffing. 4 assorted pastel colors. another however look the at Corps Black! will Creek take in Worship Wednesday, 6:00: -p. m.1:30: Training Prayer POWERFULCHANNEL Congratulations] to the Bradford County Development]

or girls, many colors, gift boxed. Bailable vinyl. Sizes S thru XL. Services. 1st and 3'-4: Wednea-
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view of the flooding for
Authority and the Chamber of Commerce our new I
i night-7:00: p. m. FamJl
Night. WFGA-TV industry.
Re.l'
STARKE PLAZA OPEN/ ALL DAY EVERYDAY BIC PEWS Ball Point Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening
1 JACKSONVILLE
'llIs. Bradford County Tele-i Worship
TILL 7:00 P. M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I
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FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Brndfonl, County Jail will off -
r for Male.. and cell| to thehigliect

II Complying' With Law, School Board! Feels: : : West Weldon OF Road STARKE St. and Raiford AfcireBald the above dcTttmlant bidder deKcrlbixl Execution for to. each natlnfy property In:! hand the ofnnl4 ,


P. O UrddlHliBiadford \
.. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. County, Florida
8/19 *t 10/10
:Z'm in no inane cf mind to there has been a considerable Property Division has 'been informed this includes the Negro com 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship;

negotiate anytM-j! (with the De- change since then. Aside, Pierce! cf "the necessity' to defer munity." rocking or overloading ouri political -I 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. :

SNlJtment cJ -' -alt!!. Education said that HEW apparently) sent the eligibility of Bradford In other action the board dls- New Courthouse .boat.,''We'll get thenO ( m. Evangelistic Services..

and Welfare'' School] Board the same "Requests for Admis County to participate In the Surplus cUssed 'some school bus iroubes The' Bradford"County, Court. Wednesday. : 7:30: p. m. Mid- Don't Be

IMtrnber !Rodney Hall said at 'sion' to all school boards ,because Property Donation) Program Don Newman and
rrfiwsdaj.; (Sept. 19; night's a number of the statements until such time oilS Bradford live off Bayleoa Highway "" to those! who still contend Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. -

mveting.' were totally false regard- :! County System meets federal were there to protest a change Also Bomb" Shelter that protective construction 1extorblt&nt. DECEIVED

Iran said !he fcelieves that the ng Bradford! County's school( ) requirements under Title In the 'bus: route. They said that It doesn't take, '

I Iboard 1 Li complying with the system. For example. In one VI of the Civil Rights Act of for many years the 'ibus had By Walt MurphY of) the Civil Defense Technical money. It takes only commonsense *Illy Advertised I Prices
Th. Court Of
I 1a. tatsment HEW said that: the 1964." past their !houses: 'but this Count Jndcr'i. ''Total met of contract U
gone
N. Fla. Civil Defense Services Center of the University and a bit of flexible Bradford &;ou.t,. Florida In
;She; comment seemed to ex- board and .school officials had Casey said that this would year It does not go that far and Coordinator of Florida perfected''It. The thlmking. ( Pro but. No. ,I !what you actually par.. Get

I pffss the reeling of the four made no effort to prepare, the 'hurt the Vocational: Rehabilitation their children must walk to A new courthouse. is going up only item of extra cost' and 'The really Important lesson! 1':1: ,Kei Deceased Estate oC Aaron T. I the sign.!REAL Our FACTS payment before are

'1x3rd( members present! at thejnveting. community for Integration.' ]program and added: "It meet the bus. in Starke. Nothing unusual in this is debatable la. the concrete however, ''ta! this: the same path. NOTICE) OF PROBATH I :you
from 98 to lift month
Hall also said "I think Superintendent Tom Casey denied seems extremely cruel to me Casey explained that the state Itself. The price tag: of $719,000 called' for in the cells of the to dual-purpose-shelter- : is open The 1'"Eatat.All Per.on.Of Sail Inter..ted Oeredenf:In lees, with the'' Mum per, down

pgple< feel as I.do-that freedom this ,and pointed oat: that because, they are damaging the won't;")pay' for spur routes. Is modest. The cost per square fir.:i floor blocks.' This amountsto to, any other courthouse or city You are hereby notified that payment and number of

ot-chlloe Is the way." And ArtHJplMay school officials .had visited practically children that they want to helpif "When you drive a ,bus an extra tout of $2166 1s pretty much on leas than $1,000. Figured ona .hall project to any new church a written be the Lout In.trument Will of purportingto > Aaron T. I month to pay,. 0 per cent"

later pointed out that every civic organizationIn I'm breaking the law lot mile it cost you 30 to 40 cents the! light side for courthouses) per capita basis for the 2,680 school lodge recreation center, Paul deoeased ha. been" admitted ;bank financing No bidden

fntedom of choice seems to be the community to explain the them take me to court.' -more than the cost factor is 'tht. e days. persons who ''caa be sheltered factory: apartment building; garage : Vou. to probate in commanded thla Court. I 'charge Tea top manufac-

wwking as about: 42 per cent of Civil Right! Act of ]1964 and to gmllsys-vz-taglrmmm m m m the time factor," the superintendent What Is unusual Is that the this is 37 cents a.person.Spread office bidding, warehouse: within are.lx hereby calendar months I urera represented
tlQ: Negro students are now en- discuss Its application In Bradford Attorney Pierce was also less said. symmetrical two-story edifice over several generations It is a or barn. Any time. Any place from: the date' of the first pubilcation I ,

rolled In. previously all-white County. than happy regarding! : some of He also commented that the! Is fallout shelter' top-to-bottom !lot less. l thla o'Court thin and notice hoW to appearIn cause, LOW
s ooJs. Pierce also commented that .lie is Bradford Court Sheriff f If can, why the action'
the reputing by the press, as people of Bradford County: and and wall-to-watt. So striking 'l'lIe County'' ExpectedBack any you I OVERHEAD'
=The meeting which ,brought' HEW did not to be taking his comments archi- house sets fine of thla court In admittingsaid ,;
seem opened concern- "voted zero mlllage for school its appearance that an a new example Will to probate should. notstand :,
ftMh these comments Was call- economic factors into the situa- ing the "Requests for Admis tect'* drawing of It appears on of good small town shelter for In Office unrevoked.THE .

pto< discuss with Board :Attor- tion. "They dont realize that we sions" by saying that the press buses recommended: last year"additional when the buses board the cover of the September-Oct- tlw! entire county.' It..will soon Next Week l County Judge RON A.In YAWN.and for Bradford L I i Doe It! !

ney..George, Pierce the ..board's can't tear down two school buildings had incorrectly reported tbat obtT Issue of the American civil bask. in national publicity.' Says County, Florida. I t
end board
In the the agreedto I
reispc/.ise to HEW's "Beq/Uiest/ > and build another one) .he HEW had. made 26 allegations defense journal SURVIVE. 'Hiudtord. County Civil Defense Sheriff: P. Reddish >JV Anneta Andrews CI..rkIBJ.AL I TheOwners- j
to was released *
extend the bus route pickup ) I
for Admission of Facts and Evi- also unusual is that Director Frank Williams Dad and "Brad- I
said. against the school board. He the additional five children What is : : from St. Luke's Hospital Elate. S. Sanders
dences." Pierce explained that The attorney Is "upset :Becausewe t said that "of the 26 'paragraphs, living near Newman. tlu extra cost for dual-purpose "Of course i we are proud of! Jacksonville on Saturday Sept 142 Stark.West, Florida Call Street Drive The Trucks.

thU '.a a "routine thing In every are receiving letters that 7 are routine in respect to establishing >Present at the meeting were shelter space Is insignificant.Built our new courthouse and of our 2. two months, and two days after Attorney for Executor ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY
law suit" and that In responding our authority to act on a little over 16.000 otner accomplishments in civil 9119 4t 10/10
funds cut off
being already
are board members Rodney Hall, 'entering the hospital for surgery.
one admits genuiness. of docu- square feet.of ground space the defense. But we have to water
and about 9
before we even have a hear- there are only paragraphs Art Holliday. H. A. Lawson .. NOTICE) OF AHKIUFF'H SALE 8 10 12 WIDES
ments sent in the mall and also in which they (HEW) felt new courthouse displays slender this down with an> admissionthat r,
that
ing. The board has received ''Seeber Goodman, Superintendent The Sheriff told The Telegraph Notice In hereby given \Vi BATHS
wIndows'! reaching to the roof in we have serious weak .
answers questions. P. D. Reddish Sheriff of BradFord -
out of
one such letteri-from the Surplus we were compliance. th Casey, Supervisor Connie Clark, plans .
between which are walls of 12inch i spots. One of them Is the Brad- County, Florida, under and AND EXPENDABLES
I '"We have 20 days In which :> Property Division of the "I do not feel newspapers\ are and three visItors-the Newman brick next week and :hopes to be able by Irtue of Writ of Executionto
concrete block and ford County School Board which
1 :
to admit. or deny, these ques- jtate of Florida.In reporting properly I do feel it brothers and School Board True- to be in nla office for a few Wit: Small I
veneer. Partition walls are also remains unconvinced of the value Execution 'IHHUBout of LAKE GENEVA
tions. Pierce said. "If we do part, the Sept.9 letter .said: should be retracted to show wearen't tee :Herman Johnson. ma.onry.' First and second of shelter. hours each day starting about Claim. Court of Bradford Coun
:not deny them, they are .as- "The Report rednecked segregationist the middle of the week. ty. Florida pumuant to a final
pu.b-
Interagency
floors are covered with prestres- Another is disaster judgment for Charles A. Davld-
sketchy -
eumed to be true and are taken shed. '*y the Department of Pierce continued.The LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST e4 concrete beams topped with our Sheriff! Reddish entered st.Luke'a .0. and agalnut Harold Hartel MOBILE HOMES
planning. We Intend to
la evidence In court of 23 paragraphs to which he defendant In the amount ef
I as a : HEW concerning the status of CHURCH on Au>S". 19 and underwent
four Inches cf concrete. Architect
correct faults also .
in "Notice cf : our We Intend (384 00 together with costs of
law.: Title VI, Compliance with: the referred: were a Frank George of Palatka to surgery for the removal ot collection
: Improve shelterplcl.ure
Pierce I also commented that Civil Rights Act, presently lists Opportunity tor Hearing" which I Sunday School 10 aa designed the. building to last for beyond' 1971 our goals We kidney stones on Sept. 2. He Have .wised and have ,In. my ALE S
posuesslon the d "rlb-
following
HEW seemed to be basing its j Lhe Bradford County Board of HEW mailed to the school boardAug. I Morning Worship 11 a. m. generations dozens of them. want protected utilities. We later developed pneumonia. ed personal property to Wit:

I allegations: on the enrollme.it.! ublic Instruction as not being 29. Evening Worship 8 p. m, TMs! was the point of heavy want to double the OCD 1955 Chevrolet Mobile Home One mile S.E. Keystone

I statistics 0' June, ,1907, and that In compliance." The Surplus' To clarify the situation The Prayer Meeting Wednesday ,quality construction long- standards. We want more space pri: ID Tag No.No.K55n 7WW(II01578>-3498A Heights on Route 100.

-Telegraph. ) examined both! the 8 p. m. Sing earh Friday at f term economy. vat .shelters in our rural areas. TYPEWRITERS: Manual or 'Jhd..rno.f. :: y of the above OPEN SUNDAYS
"Notice" and the school beard'sresponse. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, nR and that on
pas I /Shelter came naturally SlantIng -I We want, other Improvements Electric. For sale or rent. Mmuliiv' the 14th dny of Oc-tober Phone 473-4320
Twelve of the questions tor. by Professor. M. H. Johnson and we want them wIthout Bradford County Telegraph. 1968 at twelve o'clock noon on
MOVE UP TO MODERN are purely routine as I said day on the premlxes of

Pierce said. (U. e, Paragraph 1 !

reads: "Respondent school district thei

1; is a body corporate 'organ-

zed a nit existing under the laws

:ot: the State named in the above

GAS HEAT capticn.: It is vested with the

general management of the pub-

lic schools of the particular area

of that State within its jurisdictIon -

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End Your Cold Floors. and High of The the school"allegations"'board aamltted but felt that five NEW MOBILE HOMES Ohlc-' I_ S

kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- Ce ,
further explanation was re If you find your name among: the Classified Ads, Clemson Layton travel trail- George E. LaRue

Fuel Bill Problem quired.says For: example"Respondent, one school paragraph come to the Telegraph office and receive era, Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
TWO
: district presently operates one Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing '- Fire, Homeowners I

or more schools. which, are at- FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- :, free set up and delivery LIFE & ACCIDENT

solve! your heating problemwith tended exclusively or predominately -I Theatre Passes In.HASTINGS. MART.. BUCKEYE INC.. 6912 TRAILER Blinding Keystone Heights 473-4602
and ,
by white students Sax 771-8776. .
_ one or more schools which are I tfchg
the remarAabQ] SIEGLER
attended exclusively .by Negro I FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED VACUUM.clevnwa reConditioned -
WANTED USED MATTRESS
students. CLASSIFIED AD RATES Service. Home and 115 up. 10 different stove or electric refrigerators,
To this. paragraph. tile board I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Commercial. name brand* to chooae from.
liiir4 replied: "Respondent admits. I Up to 15 words 1.25 110 Lemon .st. Palatka Phone 473-3090 Parts & excellent repairs all beds dinette sets bedroom
---- P. O. Box 19
1IVrk Keystone sofas
I tfchg sets and chairs.: Phone
Paragraph 8, but says that it is (Minimum charge) Furniture Repaired makes., KIRBY aAJ18 I
964-7923. Dahmers tfchg
done voluntarily through a tree- Upholstered! & Refinished INSURANCE! SERVICE 712 N. Main, GaIn_ SEVERAL GOOD USED Addling -

tiom-of-cholce plan and not by Eiwh" word over 15 .01 MATTRESSES REBUILT AT' REDUCEDRATES ville 376-7110. Uchg FPR ENT-2 bedroom traileron Machines for.. ale elecI -
-
fear coercion or threats on. the Extra charge If not New Innersprinffa AUTO, FIRE, BOAT Klngsley Late. Central Heat tries; ''subtraction? "credit bal
I
.. part of anyone but in compliance paid In advance ___ .8.1 and Box Springs DOYLE E. CONNER DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Guy Bale. Phone 533-2366 tfchg ance. Bradford County Tale-
with Regulation of the i Drop Tin A herd or Call ENSURANJCB AGENCY own a Longchamp Home? I graph. tf
I I .3tkr1a i : ; r; ment of Health 'Depaat'I''I Better built for F>>rf4a': liv FOR SALE-..Registered Angus
PALATKA EA 5-9166
L ( v J1'- Welfare." I' Memorial, Rettolutlons tfchg ing. Your plan or ours heifers: weanlinga through 2 'WANTED USED WRINGER
MRS. PEGGY SIIALLEB
Lw1 The board flatly dented 8 of I 7 cents per word 249 E. Adkln St. Your lot or ours contact: Bo-, year elds. W. S. Sherwood 964- washer: Will pay cash or) takeIn

ii .: the paragraphs (as reported in i Starts Agent PUMPSNEW ford Mitchell, phone 864- B742. tchg trade on anything, DaJimersDlcount

.. 4'' pt.JI the Sept 12 Issue' of The Telegraph CARDS AND USED 6853 P. O. Box 238, Starke. FOR House. tchg
OF THANKS tr' SALE-2, ; large floor space
: (J
_
'. SALES-PARTS-SERVICE heaters Nesco, 51.000; Wash WAITRESSES WANTED-Appl/
To further clarify the situation. -, 50 wunlx or less -__ S.OO
mmHEW Deep & Shallow Wells ington. 35000. Complete with In person Longhorn Restaurant

_ The Telegraph would like I Karh: word over 50 __ .07 Water Softeners.; & Filters JIMMY MOORE'S\ pipe and dampers Also. 155 gal. 301 South.( tfchg
to point out that the school board '
oil storage tank and guage on
did not receive 28 additional allegation -I Expert Service On SUN SPORTSMOORE lees Good condition. Reason:

( on Sept. as was reported IN TOWN Phone All Makes BOAT TOR able. 200 E. Adtelns St. TF BUY SELL TRADE
In another newspaper. On 964-7061
Sept. 16 ihe board received only Lakeside Home 'jg.1.: DURRANCE PUMP YOUR MONEY FOR RENT- Small furnished Bill Powell
Starke! Flu && - house suitable for Individual or
11J the "Requests for Admissions. 2 Story 6 Rooms I AND SUPPLY' CO. I SERVICE Real EstateApproximately
Other statements made by Casey I couple. Especially nice. M.( A.

were: "I have found from $9.150. I SPECIALSki Payne, 964.6560 after 5 p. m. three acres,

Sf personal experience that the ;''I 1 FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE'! Rig ..___. ,__. J395.00: tfchg close in on 301-In busi-

people of Bradford County have S. E. McKay Realtor ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom -'I New Model Engines. arriving FOR RENT -large 5 room ness section, close to new

not been as. ,boisterous about desegregation Keystone flights II 1V& bath. Treated, Just every day. Apartment. 2 bedrooms, screened court house. Very suitablefor
outside of city limits In I
as forced integration. -
473-4816 I front 'porch.( Couple prefer-- office buildings or re-
I I don't think anybody is opposed Plnebreeze. Easy monthly I FOR RENT TV seta! baby red. Mrs. W. B. Mundy 132 E tail business. Low Down

to a child being able to WANTED-3 men and 3 women) II terms. Longchamp Const Co. beds, electric guitars and amplifiers Call St. ItchR
choose the school he wants to for Mobile home and Home Improvement DoItYourselfSEAMLESS Contact B.fOld Mltcooll, refrigerators by Payment. Easy Terms.

attend. Sales. Cabanas carports pone 984-6833 P. O. Box week or month. Phone daY'1 FOR SALE-'Refrigerator. gas Call 964-6164
!
-"The first teachers to cress) patio awnings screen enclosure 338 Starke. tfchg 7923. Dahmers stove. Innersprbig mattress and Bill Powell, Real Estatein

_. its the (color) line were not at utility bldgs. Will train. I ALUMINUM PRODUCTS -, box .springs. Ph. 964-7073. the Starke Plaza

; their request but bt my recommendation Call for appointment. Aluminum 2tp-10-3 ..
Fatloa
Awnings, Cabanas -..
to the board. They Products. All Florida. Mobile I
I FIND SUCCESSTHROUGH Carport Boataheds,, Utility FOR KENT-Furnished small 2
and
.. excellent were qualified job. Primarily are doing we assign an Home 473-4178 tfchg I FLOORING BI. in4taU AD Florida bedroom house Convenient area. NO. 681 -OVERSIZED HOME-

teachers on the ,basis cf I Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts. Phone 475-5276. Melrose Large lot. 80 x'400, 4 bedroom
Ph. 473-4178 tfchg; tfchg 2 bath. Family room, 17 x 38.
This has been done "
qualification.
TilE KF.Y TO '" 2220 sq. ft. Many extras. Only

Sexm-Central Heating System Civil primarily Rights to Act comply Of 1964.with' the U Gracious Living ',WE. .. .:MAKE : Jerry'B ManagementTraining I A. J. Thomas Realtor, General FOR \ALE-161 Tempest, station $10,500. 682TRUCK and FHA approvedNO.
FARM39
Town HouseAPARTMENTS Real Estate, and Appraisingfor Wagon 4 dr., automatic trans
-"We haven't bounced people Program :.
I :,: Estates Corporations and mission radio, heater air conditioned acres, tobacco allotment barn
The Sfegfer! Mail HI (faculty members) around ....q, : ,KEYS fenced several Pecan and fruit
: poem floor level Just for the sport of it and we'vegone '. . ,/ (No Experience Necessary) I Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience $425. Call 964-5871. trees. Well for irrigation. 2
in Florida Land Matters 2tp-40-3
Sell or RentFurnished -
teat out the front, back and both sides extensively into teacher '. homes and owner reserves life
205 N. Temple Ave., Tel.
S .forululti-roomheathig without costly training programs" to help the, \ I Ii OB4-5701. TF dig FOR SALE-Conctal Bermuda estate In one home. $15,500. 1-3
teachers make the transition. or Unfurnished MEN WANTED Laundry I IF. down.
Hay. 50c bale and J. B.
pipes and registers. Build it in the wall .iFlrst commenting that the ;_ Ruford Mitchell workers Kitchen aids laborers i SEWING MACHINE Cleaned White 964-6114. up. tfchg !Strout Realty. 2117 N. TempleAve. ]

or just pin it to the walL In two-tone board did not like him to keepbrin'lnlf Phones cottage parents watchman -_You enjoy. working with oiled and adjusted In your ((904)) 964-6609.
cooks people like to meet the
this up.-"I have visited and clerks
1n"0unl1-1 home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs FOR SALE-13 Ou. ft. Hotpoint
984-6853 964-6760 .
baked enamel or luxurious wood grain faculties repeatedly tellin'them keeper, truck public appreciate a challenge aim.' All work guaranteed. Refrigerator In good condition. LABORERS WANTED-Perm-

VirJy coating it wDl add beauty and to"prepare for total dese- day State. week retirement eight hour vacations.,! education have' are a high between school 23 Dennis E. Cogglns Rt. 1, Box $35.00. Duo Therm Oil Heater benefits.anent position.Minimum! All company
gratlon. starting rate
and 40 89. Ralfoixl. tfchg with 50 sal. Drum with stand
old.THEN.
Wonderful DRESSMAKING! years
comfort
: new in your home. -"We don. plan to have any and alterations sick leave.If Interested please $43.00. Ph. 964-6279. tfchg $1.65. Age 18-13. Apply Southern

Come in soon and see the remarkable teachers eliminated. We Intend I -All, types sewing in my apply in person Personnel FOR SALE-Baby,bed with mattress Wood Preserving Co.. Baldwin,

to use them In the best way possible home. Mrs. Holllnanorth. Phone Manager, Sunland Train-I $13. play pen' Ill high FOR RENT-Small 2-Bedoom, .Fla. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dew Siegler Mark III automatic Gas to achieve quality educa 964-5318.> 4tchlf--9.211 Ing Center Gainesville Fla. chair $5. Phone 984-5591! It furnished house. 749 N. Thompson -Uchg'-10-17

beating system. tion." WANTED Good used Mobile tfchg We want to talk with you FOR SALE-2 riding ponies and ; Street. Call 964-7444 or 964- HOUSE TRAILERSWe
"Both BHS and RJE are ac- Home.; Cash waiting' Phone 473- about our Paid Management 5070. Itp
'I Trailing Programopportuility 1 colt. Phone 964-6433 ltp have the locations priced at
credited. 'One. This Is the first 4W.( after 6 p. m. tfchg RENTALS NEEDED Ftlll"nls'Jcd
580.00:;)
thru incentive bonus close in but out of the
FREE year that RJE has been accre- or unfurnished. Strout I future assignmentfrom TRAILER FOR SALE-12x50; 2 WEN WANTED Men cottage City.
dited at all and this Is primarilydue THANK YOU NOTES--Beautifully Realty. 2117 N. Temple Ave..
Florida to Ohio giving BR, Early. American design; 2 parents age over 21. Starting HOMES:
to the efforts 'of the princi- engraved la gold or 'Starke. Fla. ((004)) 964-6600. I
$293 month promotion
4 silver $1.25 for box of 25. Including I you a wide choice of) locations yrs. old excellent condition. pay opportunities Prices nm from S6OOO.OO( to $20-
and Johnny Cox Lake sand regular Increases ,
pal"I I the future of owner Geneva. Ph. 500.00.
: think the trend in ouroverall envelopes. Bradford CONCRETE BLOCK w/brlck ve- ship participation. 473-435. Itcng in pay. ,.'.8 hour: day, 51 We have had
100 GALLONS OF GAS County Telegraph. tf never a better selection
program Is to developthe >> ner home. 3-bedrooms 2 baths. I day week, sick leave vacations. from which to choose.
80 acre site (where BHS, the Large family room, separate BABYSITTER WANTED Call state retirement. If Interested
WANTED Good to take 8 Tell me what want In the
man NOW I III you
Middle School Starke Elementary dining room and den. In excellent 964-7833 after 7 I a. m. Uchg please apply in person Personnel
register Angus cows on halves.J. way of housing and I will show
tf<< Purchased by Oct. 15th and the Vo-.Tech. Center are residential neighborhood.Call Manager\. Sunland Training Center what I
B. White we have
964-6114. '
II I
1 I SHINGLE AND ROOFING
.. now located) .so it will be a quality tfchg 9645641 after 5:30: p. m. :write or call Immediately! Calesville Fla. tfchg A, J. Thomas RealtorTel.
Worlc-Guaranteed. For estimates -
site for all the people in Itp''i For Personal! Appointment
Bradford. County. This is onereason call 964-7236 after 6 p. m.2tp.l03. 964-5701
FOR RENT-oct. 1. Large two GARY G. HAYNES TWO BEDROOM houee for renton
: SLADE I can justify: RJE because FOR RENT 12x58 3 bedroom
bedroom A.C. furnished Apt, Jerry's Restaurants Hampton Lake. 2 screen por- FOR SALE Beautiful: large 3
: we have the Vo-Tech Center with Carport and Laundry traitor. Also 2 bedroom trailer.At 3628 N. W. 34th Tur.I FOR SALE-Helmet and face ches garage and utility house. bedroom .home. Central heat.
RJE students can go there Jet. ]16 and 225 northwest of Gainesville. Florida shield. $15. Call Mr*. Jimmy Water furnished.! Phone 468-1528.
Room. Across from B. H. S. Ren Insulated. 2 blocks of chopping
; GAS AND APPLIANCES for some equipment."We classes. and use modern ner Apt.. 633 .JVIcMahou. Phone Starke. J. B. White. 964-6114.tfchg I Phone 378-7526 McRae. Ph.9646137.. ltp 2tp-l0-3 center. Phone 964-5174. tfchg

964-6279.
: believe communities WANTED-Someone to upholster MINI XO'I1Ao 2-speed electric FOR RENT :Furnished 2

3i2 W. Madison. St. Phone 961-7701 should have the right to .have FOR RENT-Furnished. A.C. FOB) RENT-furnished 3 room 2 cushion Lawson sofa Have trolling motor. Orlg. $-19.95. Del- houses. One-3 bedroom One.

their own schools (such as are PAYROLL ENVELOPES. Efficiency 'Apt. Across from apartment. ''Utilities furnished material. Write "C" care P. O. Co heavy-duty 12 volt ''battery 2 bedroom. 3 blocks from Court.

; in Brooker 'and Hampton) and with or without carbon ftit.- B. H. S. $50 !Mo. Renner Apts., .1805 Ralford Road. Mri. L. D. Drawer A, Starke. Fla. 32091. orlg. $35; both Items $50. Call house Phone 964-5881 or apply

Bradford County Telegrapli./ i 633 Mc Ia1lOn. Ph.'204-6279. Green. Ph. 9647013. It Ictg Kiogsley Lake, 533-2332. Itp I at 570 W. Call St. ltcH
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I Torndoes 26..0 Over Baker,; High ,Big GHS Edges 6-0''; BY FOR 8BALED! !lAb! BIDS: *.,:: \

The property known as!
TornadoesPunching the Jacksonville JIVf Repeater
By Baby : Station, located doWend
Taming Wildcats from Ba- hind. It took Belote three plays den Who had dropped deep to I "
Market Road In
ker County 26.0 Friday night t !before, he sneaked across for ,suck defenders Tornadoes In. A use
Starke Florida. Lot la
Sept, 20, got the 1968 grid season the Tornadoes' first score of the penalty on,, that !play placed!! the a touchdown up the coaches for outstanding work 70 feet wide ,by 120 feet of,
off to a lass cfreart-stopping!! start season with 4:56 left in the ftrat! TdrnadoRs.4 their 18 but with '
: on middle In tnt" third period the are Mike Macy strong side tac- deep. Sealed bids to purchase
than 1967 when Macctenny!! had.:! period Bill Adam kicked lh the ,ball In their hands. GaUMvllle, High SchOOl'' junior kilt; Richard Roberts who look this property\ should .
Lie" Tornadoes down, 13-0 In the point after for ,a 7.0 lead. With almost two' quarters of varsity edged Bradford High 6- ed good catching the football; 'bit forwarded< to American
fiat period. Recovering a loose Wl'dcatball play under Its ,belt the Tornado Vr, r w per' 0 in the opening game here last Gene Harris a good Job offensively Telephone and", Telegraph
'4,000 fans packed! Bradford deep in Macolennv territory oManse! began\ to take on a crisp) Thursday, 8 pt. 19. at tackle: guards Tony Company, Right of Way '.
Field for the traditional opener. at the 27yar.d, line,>I the Torna.does efficient, down -buslness 'look.Wltfh The Bradford:: High JV squad Castles and Gene Raulerson, Superintendent, 100 Edge-
''A three-touchdown cushion lost t (tan t.me in racking. ; up, ,! .junior Mike Norman at the had the pigskin! inches shy! of a cltod. for their 1 offensive work; wood Avenue, Atlanta,
midway, the second period\ allowed their second TD helm and Belota at running touchdown as the,game ended. defensive end Randy ZIpperer; Georgia 30303, with the en- .'
Coach David Hurse to Belote hit running back Ronnie back, a combination Tornado The JV squad meets Baker fullback Perry; Duday, and the velope marked'"Jackson
sprinkle the field liberally wltl: Griggs In the left flat far fans will probably sec more and: County here tonight>: (Thursday), defensive secondary of'Wayne' rule Jl/W-Sealed/ BId," .. [
new xmlfarms.; many of the wear- seven yards. Fullback One Mel- more of ,is the, season rolls on, Sept. 26, at 7 p. m.,In the second Bennett, Bryant Turner, Lavern I nd than postmarked October no later 4
9 1968. Bids
ers getting their first taste of vln, a determined runner all the i Big 'Bed. offense) drove 82 of eight games scheduled Outlaw and 'Bprtlard Brown: I will ,be opened ,at 10-00 A. ,.
varsity action.Macclenny but dale Johns drive for out OS boys for Quarterback Dean Johns also
night long, hit the middle Then yards : eta GUS dressed M on October 14. 1068.
provided confusion B-ote: hit Griggs agland ths: the scare was killed en a pen: : I the opener last week, to BHS'.J did an outstanding Job running I The right to reject any
In the opening minutes with a shifty runner made It good': : for alty. The half ended !before Norman 37. the Oalne'vllle\ two-platoon- the option Play, coaches ,-aid.Tuiner : and all bids Is reserved.
spread formation with tackles the seccr.dTD: the play covering could !pet another 'play; off. cd' all the way, BHS coaches and Outlaw wore co- I For\ further' details call .
guards and ends/ split almost fie 30 yards. Adams EP,kick ,was ,The 'drive saw Belote carry I said. captains for the game. Area Code 404. 520-8854. ,
entire width of the field. That ,blocked and It was 13-0 with three times, onoe for 24 yards Players cited by Big Red AMERICANTELEPHONE
had the Tornadoes disorganized: 2:36: left in the, first period.: when _a Tornado double-team I lAND
at first and the Wildcat scratched Action stoned then, but mid- block smothered the Baker end. I I TELEGRAPH, COMPANY ,'
out three first downs. way the second period; : ; Belcte Norman got off several good TM polls! and market supply-man* 4tchg-9-26
*But Tornado safety' Ronnie took Baker punt, handed off Plays on, /keepers and fullback ASC County ageir.ont! as well as by pay "
drlggs ended that when! he intercepted to>> speedster Adrian Brown who Willie i.Cohens( carried 17 yards ments. '
a Wildcat pass and raced 73 yards behind a.wall. of before three.Baker players drug Committee ...
raced 83 yards to score-only to Tornado btockera.. the third him to jthebground.iBelote .a'H "M\\ -- '-- --" .--..... -

have it nulJlUed.I TD. Adam missed'the ,point at" i\ engineered another long Adrian Brown turn. the corner on the way Brown took a hand-off from Bill Belote and ran Is NamedRecently
1 Retaining:possession since the ter and it was J9-0.with 645: 'left drive..in.the-third period only tohave.bla.40yard J
Infraction occurred after the In- In the half. TD run called to a Tt yard punt return for the Tornadoes' sec behind a wall of blockers down the sideline.

terception,1; the Tornadoes Immediately The Wildcats i marched down- back..on..an. infraction.. The Tor- ond touchdown midway the second period. named to serve as WORLD'S ..

got down to business. field then ,on' three .stralhtJS- nadoes drove from their own "U" ..." ... ... ..<0. .. .. .. ... the Agricultural Stabilizationand
'A 20-yard Up-he-mlddle pass yard penalties--Iwo of them four ):yard! !(line, after, a Baker. Conservation Bradford this I SMALLEST
from quarterback Bill Belote to against the'the'Tornadoes..ButiT ,pint tolled.dead there with Melvin I 1i, ."' : Comtv Committee for "
end Tex 1 Patrick,covered 40 Patrick put the skids to that by \ poundtoiyout two first downs / ''Ii ",,111'I' ; ," coming year arc: : Leaton Morgan ELECTRIC ; "
yards, before the converted fullback intercepting a.shortpasentrom;. ol Jour bnhfht, smashes of 2, 11, it' ... ""t., .: .' Jr.. Route 2, Starke: Clyrts .
was chased down from be- Baker quarterback tBileyRonnle tRbo-, : .1. ami,10,yards. Grlggs got sev- :., : M'o '" :";:' !.. iJi;: ''J, I Cone Brooker: and Lloyd L. ADDING b!
: Dyi!. also of Brooker
njtajrisctn.the/ right side and \ W'r.: .. "
---- !Belote sneaked for four yards'and .1 1: ," ,. ", :.i;, Morgan hat Just been fOl'ct"d .1. County 1. Ji
of the
then sped around right enc 111.' by the farmers l
3 ."'0 to serve his second consncuUv
23..1'JWt. Ursittex'MId s
for; : 'e term the CoMitnlttee. -
tornadoes were hampered ;':'f. three-year on
'
: : Cone began his 'ecottd
'J .,
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;tfl on that drive by 35 yards Inpenaltle.s. jJ
,. <" ;\ fC'i three-year I' t rm li: 19 7, anl 1vrlTralslrlrr, ,
\'t\'vJ
; ', ,. ;, ': "" 'ff'i Dyal was elrct-d, for his. lust\ ...
Rhoden took to the air thenand ..
:
\ : thrre-year term in lOBft. at:
:, ..
,7'J"
Tornado defender Bit I m t l sp fi. ,
I ", Jim :
Alternates elected were! ..
Adams intercepted, a long one '.. .,'. ......... .... nlo Hailcy. Route 1, Slal'kn. aid p. ..
at the Big Bed:! nine. With: Nor .. !* I -,., Carl l Prevail Lawfy. The IflflB I ,
man calling the shots and most ,. -
\ [" election/ was hrld bv mall balloting
of the varsity line on the s'de I"\ September 10-20.
line, the Tornadoes: exchangedtwo County Office Manager June e Se
series of downs with the Chapman points out that tho I

Wildcats.The second half! was punct- '. .. ..... .' ; ..... ._ ..... .. .. ASC In charge county of farmnr local-comm admlistri-,ttee h ,.I(

uated with penalties, most!; of Baker's Stanley Williams. a hard runner all Identified Tornado tackier has Williams by the lion of such national farm programs +
which vent to>> the Tornadoeswho number 32, and Tommy as the Agricultural Con-
6 night long, rounds Bradford's right end for an leg as Willie Cohetu. ,
were pushed' back. 132 yardsfor cervatlon Program, Cropland
the night.Belote 11 yard gain midway Ihe first half. An un- Blackshear, number SO clone In. Adjustment Program, feed

.Ioa .. .
and the staiters took allotments
grain program, acreage
,'' ABLE Unltrex M3
Grltfcs, number 20, has Just grabbed a Billy Belote over again! with 2:21: remaining and marketing quotas THE INDESCRl
papa and In on his way to the Tornadoes' first touchdown of the In the game driving 64 yards for CARD OF THANKS the National Wool Program,I Compare these outstanding features Urge. capacity

1968 season against Baker High Friday night The play covered the final touchdown with 45 sec More than you may know the commodity pr'ce-' support loans, -ll tt 10-totals 11. Credit balance flat ((180
onds left.From and storage facility loan standard roomy keyboard tent even :
)
cycles/mm.
:30 yard and came with 2:30 left In the first period. Number 81 remembrances, expression of
bIB 36, Belote threw to The ASCS county 6fflc4 at touch slz.-no larger than a telephone weigh just
h Is Tornado end Tim Murphy. the right flat to Origgs 'who w sympathy and good wishes helped Starke is headquarters for the BV4 Ibs., welt-placed motor bar. paper roll enclosed for -
lighten the heavy hours dur true portability handsome carrying CM Included. A
and
scrambled 21 yards to the Baker county committee, servesas
ing my recent illness and sensational, quality.built portable machine for years of ,
local contact
43. A toss to Bill Adams in the farmers'
HEALTH FACTS Thank trouble'f," service. TERMS AVAILABLE
speeded my recovery.
I'I 1 the left flat netted eight more for business connected wth:
Are the for the many cards nOW rB
you among to the Baker 35. paitlclpatlon in the programt
It's fact that countless t and telephone calls. I am most
a three for fie! administered by the commit Bradford
Grlggs, got yards,: County Telegraph
Sheriff P. D. Reddish
grateful.
t thousands have been -'
restored first down, okayed by a meanir tee. These programs encaul'egcanlocrvatlon
..
SAFEST to health by Chiro- ing job. Belote got the TD then and family. and He ease farm .
practic care even after with a 32 yard scramper over -the >t", !Y' ?srr I i returns by means of price! sup-, ...
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N
I other methods have failed. left-aide. -
The-Tornadoes scored.,seven
don't take the
Why you ,
times in the opener. Three were
short cut to health and r.
!; consult
David
calld back but Coach
IDRIVERS !; your Chiropractor Hurse not dissatisfied with
was
i first. It will save both his offense in the opening game, You Are Cordially Invited l / To

time and mrnev. Phone "We could have run the score .

in America? I up," Rune said. The Tornados
mentor said the week's lay off
(before meeting St. Austin,
Nationwlde's new Family Too many oils? i 'here I Oct. 4.Linebacker. Inspect :And Drive The 1969
"star driver" protection : Ralph Morgan hada a. ,
rewards safe driVers. badly sprained angle and missed
screens' out risky the entire second half of play 4 Ati '4
bnes- Special breaks for : Friday. Tackle Allan Crawford
another starter,re-injured his already Tornado end Don nle Filler, number 82, closes down on Bak Better Ideas
families with two or sprained ankle. End Tim er'. Ray Lester as the Wildcats try the right. side of the (Tornado ::
more cars and young, r a Murphy also had a badly turned -
forcwall on the scronil play of the second half. ,
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Married couples with ankle. '

children. Call: "Thewee* off couldn't have I .., ; FromFORD ;
come at a better time" Hurse
BILL POWELLPhone RPM DEW Multi Service OH said. It will give the Tornadoes ...
961-6164 is the one oil best for both time to get well again, correct> ,,
diesel and gasoline engines. mistakes still evident and to -
401 W. Madison St.

StarkeFla.. STANDARD OIL I smooth down their affense.SUtlfltlci UE1ii( ( ]) L3 :

:::r"I BUS Baker !

Call Your Stindard OilMAN First Downs .. ,.... 12 9
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: Rushing __up____ 8 6 : :E
\ IN STARKE I Passing ._.._ _n__ 3 1 I
K. CJ.;DUNCAN Penalties _n__'_-- 1 2 r4',1 I Ii .
961-5132 Yards Gained _. ._ 270( 101 i
Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co. Penalties ___.__ 1 2
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Rome Office Columbus. Ohio Standard Oil Company(tnc.tn Ky.J Rushing _____.... 164 73 FORD FALCON TORINO
II I Passing _______-_ 106 28 i St! ,_

'. .- --. Passes! __._n____ 5-11 3-12
I Inter by __-__-..3 0'' : 1. 30 KEY MUSTANG THUNDERBIRDSEPTEMBER
When. You VM An Andrews Charge Fumbles Lost ..._. 0 1 : I
Account .i r Punts ?.-._. .___.__3-35 2-38 l
Yards Penalized ... 132 20 iKJ- m ; :
*:)four Prescription Tax Records Touchdowns : , I II

are Kept For You By Us BHS-1)) Belote, '1 yd. keeper, #, f., I
FP-Adams: 2)) Grtggs, zO-yd I 0'0"0- I : 27th
Andrews Drugs < pass from Belote: 3) Brown 75 .B : MCT1UCH

For Fast Dclhrery) Dial 061-7170 d lllrl yd. punt return; 4)) Belote 32 yd. W 000- t : i \
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. RTAUKB. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 26. 196ft
One Par Six!! -

legal passel! with the Depart- uniform system of accounts prescribed

menu of Health, Education & by the State Board o
Expenses More Than Income I WoHnrp And. of course, $20.000 Education but pointed out thre

in timber taxes Is still tied up area where the board is no BALDWIN CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILEInvites
i) In court. maintaining( proper records: ((1
Shows Concernidgjthe! ,) timber tax capital outlay project (ledger
School Board Audit I suit Casey b" !somewhat more and bond coupon register wen

opumLsuc! and hopes It will be not kept; ((2)) annual phytica

"Operating funds were In available resources," school system's books for till I settled by the Supreme Court Inventories were not made o You To TheGALASHOWING

pool condition 'il.i 1 the Bradford These were some of the conclusions I f:\i'al vearj ending June 30, i IKIB! I within this school year. If the all the. property owned eac.
I and! Juiic :311)( IM7.! He also reported Supreme Court decides In favorof year; and. ((3)) records were no.
County School System' Operating reached by a state I that "records: were' well, Bradford County the ac.'ioo kept by the school malntenanc
exceeded amiitor! when he evoked tie
expenditures .. K.'in in t'l-ui'ul and interim! would receive about $50.000 in department or the, automotive:
"'---- ....... -- SuM loin UHc-y; tfim! d I the do'" not Include the $20,00 and maintenance costs of Indl(

HOME OF aiiilll a "V. .y tulr one" and I currently being contested iluvtr virtual! pieces of equipment.
S a i II! the mid lor (who spent courts). Casey commented that the
KOCH
more than: threw molt s KOUU' I "So. if we had a. favorable school system's books are supposed .
'
MEDICAREAnd over! the .bjuk-ii had done "a timber tax decision! : we'd be to be audited annuallY OF THE ALL NEW a:
M-IV cjniieiat, tub.' I within $30,000) of our budget but that this was the first time

Sick Room Home C'u-ev an i-fd. that tie: tpcrutinc even" without the federal fund they've been audited since he
) !: fll.dV rIn poor ton u ,c1 we could operate normally: took office In January of 05.
til ,i a ,id Comfort SuppliesSALE 0111 in.ij.ji. I III,11IC'11l1: ( problems Casey concluded. auditors were Just too busy ta
fvi.lvi-il burl I ("m) : I.!mb llty lo Cu.sey said he is not yet make annual audits, but commented -
AND .- RENTALS LUliLlI lUXCS till W.'IV" U.itlClUU-, I ready to make specific recom that the mistakes the 1969 OLDSMOBILE

led In cue i (ef the y-tte. auditPI \ inendutlons where cutbacks board made during the fiscal
WHEEL CHAIRS: HIm: PANS: |. 'f.II' piub'ein'! continues tJdav could be made If the board run years of 1905-66 and 1900-67 will

CRUTCHESWALKERS( : INCONTINENTI'ANTS This year w-' hud anliil- .iliuit of money. probably appear in the next

Ilu:tel $4:((10110, hum lucul source. Oilier items! reported by the audit as the school system is -.- ,. ? .. '-
CANES URINALS: ., mid better than $2UIHU( Is au'litor were: now in the fiscal year of 1969 '.I- { ae,
FOAM CUSHIONS CERVICAL being/ com.: Il'd.) The board' Is still paying and I already a :year and a. hail
'
COLLARS supc'ilhtendeit. explained travel: allowances "To various ahead of the auditors. r It'i.k I
thai for the lost tluee! years Im'.viduaU!! for which there
the school s\ -li-ni\ has had tl were no supporting vouchers" FIRST UNITED METHODIST
borrow nio-iw/ aid will probably I iiltluniph this was brought to SfARKE 1IJ

hav! tj b. 'row money: t'I 1, I IIw Ujaid's attertlo.i In a prior Sunday Church School 9:45: ; \

:vc'.ii" 1M- due ,jle'v!' to tie, UUII:1: i leiioitPaviiu'nti: Morning Worship 11; MYF ,
r- t n.h. i c' alp, nl s t..I.1.:1I: t 11'11'I I on bonded and d> I Snack Supper. 6 p. m.; MYF !
ii.s.is.iuiili. :' tj cjuil," Cu; t'Y'' fened. Indebtedness were cur.n..t Meetings, 6:30.: Evening Wardh'p -
.,11'd 1 but "The Board had failed !' with special Fifth Sunday
69cJ&JCOTTON The audit i c'TOIl.' which: orla'I! ) )l ; to comply with a requirementin Musical Program 7:30.: I
board mr-inh'-, i i.-ci-lved Thi-.s! the Original Certificate of Indebtedness Tuesday WSCS Executive

BALL tiny' 'iScpt) liii!, staled that the i resolution providing Board Meeting 9:30: ; WSCS
tL'! ''< <'a ,v-ova. ut July 1, 1Ni5iof '! fiat: t sufficient amounts be seta General Business Meeting with
SLIM.1U dcclln-d: to the rolat' -ldl' out of the first racing receipts Charter Celebration and Covered -
49C whore! llubllillcs exceeded assesses received each year to Dish Luncheon 10.
by JU.774 at June 30. meet the Interest for the next Wednesday Younger CMl

l 1J61.! two semiannual payment per dren's Choir Rehearsal. 3 p. m.; fiKD: THE

The report" : also pointed out lod!!." Instead, the board made Prayer (Meeting and Bible Study
You Can Rely on Koch Drugs for that cut!rent loa amounting debt service payments from 7:30.:

to $28.(Kill and $4H.nuo were construction funds. Thursday Chancel Choir
Precision, Quality and ervice made: In the fiscal years of 150 The board is apparently viola. Rehearsal 7:45.:

(> and l liii-K7.! ( lespectively ting a section of Florida. Statutes Friday Older Children's 1969 CHEVROLET
Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at BringIng the financial condl- by allowing the St. Peters- Choir Rehearsal 3:30.:

KOCH'S DRUG STORE. Fresh, Potent Drugs t'on of the school system up to burp Bank & Trust Co.. which -- Dewitt T. Parabee." Jr.

At a Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered dale:" Casey told The Telegraph la the paying agent for Certificate Pastor t .;

Pharmacist. At Koch's 'Your Health' i 14! Hint' tho board 1 I\, not presentlyIn 01 Deot issues to handlethe

Our !Main Concern. May We Fill Your Next debt because the indebted-: payments by transferring
Mt'i'ici: UK IY'rw:NTlow ToKKI.IMl
news incurred within a fiscal amounts from the school build-
Prescription? '
Kit: P9t'I'I'1'IOt'I4A.t '
year Is' paid off that same year. Ing sinking fund. The auditor MI

Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. lie said the board has been able believed' that a check or warrant Notion .In liHirhy given, that
the uixltilHlKiieU I. mid mtha
drawn from county pro-
Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon to repay the loans by cutting any vlHluim. or Chapter: 20.051: Laws
bAck on expenses each year. school! depository should be of Flol'lilu< .., Act o-f 1941. will
However Casey was pesimlst'.c!' drawn on the authority of the eiliHtor, with the. Clerk of the a

Koch{ StoreFREE about this year's budget In that school board signed by the Circuit ford! County Court, Florida In and' for upon Brad-receipt -
Drug he believes the county' will chairman and countersigned by I, o-f proof of publication: of
th'a notice, tile ffctltiout* none
probably lose the $81,911 whichIt the superintendent. or Wln-Fre Farm. under whichwe ".F9 ,..u.x.tryl. 1, '"' a a a
DELIVERY PHONE 961-6737 Is now receiving from the fed-I II'I'IlI I The report noted that financial are engaged In bu lneii. at
Itt 1 Box 1114, Lk Butler,
government because of the records were kept on the 4. Prf
J Fla.Will F. Glenn and Winifred ,' '!:a arse alai
J. Glenn Rt. 1 Box 194, Luke
Butler, 11'lorlda I coowners.Dated .
this mil day o-f September"
I A. l>., }gas at Starktt, ,
BruUloril County Florida.
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Notice l I. hereby Riven that I
the undersigned I. under the piovliloiiB -
of Chapter 20,953 Laws >
it P'Iw.Idu, Acts at 1111 wl,I THURSDAYFRIDAY SATURDAY
; register with' the Clerk of the
t'irniIt. Court. In and for Brad-
ronl i'ouniy. KlorlUu. upon re-
... -elin.. of proof of' publication of .SEPTEMBER 26-27-28
'In* notice the fictitious name 1
at' Fluau Lodge aides Hwy. 3fll

,I North, .Mlarke: %V. ,Lundy Florida.ClmilvH and. Mary OPEN 8:00 Aa M. TILL 8:00 P. M. I
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bated this 4ih day ol Saptember -
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Hrudfurtl County: Klorldu92B Till 6:00 P. M.
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Kxtut f.t llollU V. Knight
DernaitHd.I'lie .
TYPEWRITER State:! of Florida I To AllYetsnns I
l Interacted In, the: ; Statute
it Bald Ueurdonl: I
You are hereby' notified thnl BE A WINNEROLDSMOBILE'S
& .i wililen, Instrument. purporting
to be the Laiitt. Will and TeHta-
went. of' said, decedent hun been
_: admitted to probate In ..01d,1Cnu.t.
.
rOyaJ'' You are hereby commanded'

LJ within lh-: date Mix of calendar the firm months publication, from I
1- of this notice to appear In said 'TRIPLE DRAW ROYALE'Three
.. lv.r5 r (uuit and allow cuime. If any
... you ran why the action of said
Court in admitting milil Will to
twv.n'1tir 'probate..IIt'd. abould' nut stand. unrerhvinn Exciting New Delta 88 Royales Given Away! Register Here Now

er A. Yawn County Judge
liradford County Florida. .. No Purchase
Required
Dumpier,, Clerk
DoloreH C.
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does so much r w d a a er I KhBt publication Sept. 86
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: but cost so little PLUSChevrolet's

IB The Court Of The CountyIndite.
: llr.dfor" CouBtTi Klorliln. -
In Probate
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I'nvinir Claims\ Or Demands J "Super Sport Sweepstakes"GUAND :
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You. and each. of you are here !
bY notified and required to present I

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r Ll g6 ts3rel k1.&Spfrkall mild. V.County Knight to the decnmrd County Inteif 2ND PRIZE-1969\( Impala SS 427 Sport Coupe PLUS $500 in cash.
fudge of Bradford County, FlorIda -
.at of his said office County' In the at Starke courthouse 3RD PRIZE-1969 Chevelle Malibu\ SS 396 Sport Coupe PLUS $;)00 in cash. I

n I Floilda. .. within eight, calendar '
months from the time of the 4TH PRIZE--((50 Winners) Magnavox\ Townsman portable color TV.
first publication of this notice.

I'n'h: writing claim, and or demand shall state shall. the ben 5TH PRIZE-((0,500 Winners) Kodak Instamatic Hawk ye R-4 Camera kit, includes film and flash. T
.With many important.features of Royal office typewritersl ilttce of residence. and post oft
flee' ,address ot the claimant
end shall be sworn to By the
Full-size claimant his agent or attorney
keyboard d-nmml. l Now
and any such claim or Register
: : lot ao filed shall be void.
Pleasant light Royal "touch" Claire M. Capprtis

: ''* Wide writing line and executor Testament. of the.ant of Hnlll Will V

..:. 9' Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed knight First publclatlon deceased., Bent.9/8 4t Z*. 10/17 1918 At Baldwin Chevrolet Oldsmobile

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In The Mute Jnda-e'a. Court OfMrniHord
: It JI Retractable support Ciiaoty, Florida laPn.hiite
paper
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/ii II- t 2-color ribbonGuaranteed In n"! Estate: of Aaron T
Posh Deceased.NOTiri -
: for 5 years'.5YEAR TO fwmiTrvni
.. All creditors. of the estate of
Aaron A. Pntil ,deceased are !i
= GUARANTEE. ieribv, notified. and required. to'II PEPSI'S
Typewriter Inc.
Royal Company. guars any claims or demands. m
.- antes' replacement at no charge other than labor and ship ..'.irh thev may hsv against' .

: ping of any defective/ part (except rubber pane, ribbons or laid, .. i,,.estate" ..Miri In of the Rrndford office of(fotin the
.. pans damaged by accident or misuse) within five years ol' ty: Florida. In the Courthouse
purchase. No 'labor charge within brat SO days. GuarautdeCovers .it "Htorke' Florida' within' six'
only the original purchaser "or.'"the,d"I'first month.publication from the or date thlntlie > 1 Bring the Children I

> F In and must I
be writing
stop in. See it. Try it. Youll Jove the apirited new Royalite "state-i ,the.-Ica.ddr..s( place of residence of..the and/I

.. ant. his agent. or his attnrnev i
"':u iIt will become void. according ,

Also Full Line of Electric Portables ,to Miren"law .. TT", PeSue. K"ecutor. of 1
r the Palate': of Aaron T Paul Baldwin ChevroletOldsmobileu.
eneasedtHe .
"' w 1n We.' "rmi street
"like' Plorlrtftornev -*
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.5ny>AWTYny ee y....vn Glenn Shuford. You are hereby '",mmamlp within all unlfMiriar months. Kt N. Kin Ft. to POD See n. !'<>n. Mm 10-M-22K Name'' law the proporty d..rlh..d. 'tnlirh I Dated. thin srd day..t Sep
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homo Mm. Ernest Wells, Mias EnzaBlanchard from the date of Ihn rimt publication K. Name In which In which asHeHRHd. Mid Slate: certificate or purtlfIcnted, tember, 1904.
" and Miss of thin nntlii> (to upin ni' I*. tlartloy. All or Homes. All o-f said property I to the hlKhoKt bid I Charles A. I
LAWTEYBy till Court ... I Darby/
In and allow
<.aunt>, 'IgiBeu.rU"I In
Terry Iahassenidtt tielntf the being In the County of arnd- tlAlelfirii rinrk of
were in Circuit/ Court of
If ,
STARKE the f
any why
I l. P1IONB: 964-6200 Sunday where they of tlil.yciurt In .ndmlitlnir" nul lInn hi /Bradford eea such State certlfl-01 uch fat''t, lertlflcato Mt ate of Florida or certificates Unless))October 1068 eMonda wh Ihhnl Aiehho[ ( ? Bradford. 0-4L-i" 7//

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Enza BlmnctuurdJ.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA reception given by (Mrs. Charles Win I to prolmtv should nol i Aitff\ "ei"'nut'..tea shall be r e-
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PHONE 4733176Rental ataml ilnrevohedTHK11ON ileommi" aciordlnw to law the
1. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. YAW:< ,property, deBoilhod, In nut'h one
Carter honoring Mrs. Charles County Judge In and fui, R.I.. tiricata or certificate will bo

, Service Don't forget the chicken and Carters parents, Mr. and Mrs. foru Lv Anneta County Andluus'IIJI'ldll l'I"'k, .4n rr.m'l(110. .-highest door on bidder the first at

rice dinner to be given by thew. John Wyrlck on their golden (SEAL! ) Monday In. Month of Octoberivhii .
i HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS CS Junior Circle thU Satur wedding anniversary. During KlmlcH//f2! Went. Sanders full street tictuber t 1968 n ia. tne, 7tli day. ol
from 5:30: to 8 p. m. at the the afternoon one hundred relatives 81.rke. Florida T'-ted: : i ti.s' jrd day of Sep
CRUTCHES wharf. and Attorney for Executor: tombor, 1968.
Adults $1, children SOc friends called to 1
linn 4t 10/10 Charles] A. Darby
t The Lawtey PTA met Tuesdayof congratulate them and to enjoy 1'a"< .!u of I'll-iUlt Court oC
lust week at the school cafe. the occasion. Mr and Mrs. Wy- Bradford County, Florida
toiivm, when plans were made rlck are former residents. of NOTH'H 0'"' APPIIf\riO\. 9-9-4t--9-Y, MOHIE JftOMiS i
FOil TAI>K; :IINf ,
for the Halloween Carnival on Lawtey Miss Elizabeth Terry >... Ill/.lit, ....$. \OTn'l: OK APPI.IfATlOV :. INI
October 26. Refresments were and Mrs. Wyrlck are sisters. NOTICE IS HKKKUV GIVEN I',,,, 'I'.t\ Iris> :toil I P. O. Box 874 -
that Mr,, W. H, Alderman see. 10.1./11,
served by the hospitality com- Johnny Tucker spent his thir- tho holder of tll. follow IIIK NOT1CK: IS Itt itEBY F.N. GIVEN 'U. S. Route 41, North ,
JACKSONVILLEBusiness mittee. ty days leave with his brother- certificates hat filed Hiild 101tlflcHtea '- :< that Mi. W It. Alderman Lake City Florida 32055:>>
The in-law and sister for a tax deed to bolM8iud I the huller. of the following! I
Assoclational Mr. and Mrs.
Sing was thel,' on. The certificate certificates. him filed said i ei,'- Phone: ((904)) 732-2797
held last Saturday night at the Hi-ghey Austin. He will soon number and yearn of Issuance, tffkatvn for. .a tax deed to be
Highland Baptist Church leave for Vietnam.Mr. the crlptlon of the property Ixaui-d, th"' 'on. The certificate
with and the names. In which It wasa.aesaud number. and. yearn. of IHHIIIIIUMI, FREEFREE FREE--
music\ by the choir and ginger and Mrs. T. V. Duck and are av follow the: description of the! 'iiropertv.'
Directory from neighboring churches. Refreshments family attended the homecoming Certificate No. 146. Year of and the names In which: It was
of iHauanua. 11X16. Dencrlptlon of HOHHcd ate as. followa: A MAYTAG CLOTHES DRYER WITH
were served to approximately Mrs. Duck's mother'afamily Property Com. SBS Ft. H of NW feitlflcata No. 142, Year olSimnce
200 during the fellowship the McLaughllns! at cor. of NK'i' I>f NKVi and run H 1966. Deaurlptlon" ol THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW
hour Freedom Hall In Flat Rock 225 ft for FOB then run W 105 148' sq. In SSW'4.
r'P"J'l; :
ft. S 8 ft K 106 ft. N to FOB of NW4! of
Auto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES Grace Methodist: Sunday Park Columbus Ga. on Sunday Seo-: 80-T-7-H. H-22-K. Name. In sea: 10. T-7-8, H-22-10. MOBILE HOME THIS WEEK.
School 9:43: ; Worshilp. 11 and I Approximately 76 relatives which. assessed Vernon J, For- Name- In which aaHBBHRd liaynkon :
nvth All of ald propmtx helnK Hall All said hong
property
Parriah Motor HONDA T:::10. Choir Practice 7 p. m. I were present. In the County of Hradfoid In the County of Bradford, I 1969 New Moon, 3 Bedrooms!' 60x12,
Wednesday, followed by MYF Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall and State. of Florida, Unloaa' ench Mate; of Floi" Ida Unleaa. such $4598
Bible! son of rertlflrate or certificates ball "certificate or certificates shall IVt! Baths Free Dryer __ __ u _
Study 8 p. m. Thursday. Keystone Heights and he redeemed nocoidlnMT, / to law 10 rerieamed. acooidlnif to law I
BALES MONTESAMOTORS First Baptist: Sunday School Mr and Mrs. Lamar Hall and the /property/ de.crllii>d In such the property" dum'rlhnd In suchoertlfliate

RKKVICD & PYCLKS CO. 9:4: ;;; Worship 11 and 7:30.: children of Gainesville were h.certificate Bold to the or hltcllHMt certificate bidder. will at be sold to the or lilKheat certificates' bidder will at 1969 New !Moon, 2 Bedrooms, 50x12, 1JJ3888A
,ARTS ftiJ' See Honda's Hot 350! Training Union 6:30.: MIdweek Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. the court hc-iiitx. door on the the court. hoilHO: door on the C
Service 7.3: ( Wednesday. D. Clark and family. first Monday In Month of October first' Momliiy In !Month of Or- : Front Kitchen. Free Dryer ___-__ .
4D49 Blandlng Blvd. 11108 which Is the 7th day ober, 1'MIH which la the. 7th .
Phone Church of God: Sunday Schoolat Mrs. T. L. Walnwright spent of October, 1968 day of October 1D6H.imteil .
Always Good
Used Cant 771-8241 10 Worship 11 and 7:30.: last week with !her son, Jack Dated this 8rd day of Sep I thia. aid day. of Sep- FEW 1968 MODELS AT
11
Laura .
Bt. Ph. 85B-5654 MOTORS .A CYCLES tember. 1868. tpmber. 1908.
YPE 7:30: Wednesday. and family In Waycross. Ga. Chance. A. Darby Charles. A. Darby
BEAUTY ACADEMY' I 4049 Blooding: Blvd. 771-824 Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson I Clerk of C'licuU Court ol Clock nf. ("cult Court' ...f GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
School 9:45.: Worship 11 and 8, spent! last week touring Florida. Bradford County F'lurldtsd4tuas Klorlriu: I Bradford County U84t996NO'ritl Florida

American MUSIC Choir Practice 7 p. m. Midweek At Fort Walton Beach they visited Large Selection of 2 and 3 Bedroom Used" Mobile

Prayer \Service 8pm. Wednes Farley Raulerson and family APPIICtTIO'V: 'I OK ,\PPJ.Jr trios: Homes\ for the( Economy-Minded.

Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. day. and Frank Grlffls and famIly FOIl. lot.Ill TAX' F.IIKKUKm. ... : Men KOII...'1'I'U.1./11, K.M.xoTifis :. :
BIRTHDAY PARTY Others were Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE] 18 TICR13HY/ CJIVUN. is iiKHiinr: : niv- K. "We Trade fop Anything of Value
Academy The WSCS Junior Circle Petrey' in Arcadia: and Mr. that Mr W R Alderman JOIN that /Mr. W K. Alctnrman
n W. Band A: String; Instrument surprised the holder of the following the, holder. of the followingcertiriiatea Toward the Down Payment of aNew
Monroe
SQ5-9501 and :Mrs. Davis Kite In ,
Mrs. Donn Denton witha Bunnell oertlfliatea hoe. flied null coitlflcatea .' has filed aid cferIfldites -
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers party celebrating her birthday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nor for a tax deed to boiMued for a tux deed to he Mobile Home"aprares

RiversideHairstyling School SuppJle8-InatrU: anniversary at the home of mal.. Vickie and Cathy of Miami lumhora theroon and yearn. The of certificate iHRimnca. numbers Inaut",d thoriMtn and' years Tho jf con iNniiancn!(finale,

Roberte Recorder Mr and Mrs. Arthur Green last visited her parents, Mr t the description of the property the ileHCrlptlon of the proiierty,
Music Llbrary-EXPIII"t" Sunday afternoon. Enjoying this and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and and, the natmm are as In followmCertificate which It WitSaN.eHD'd and the d names ute as. In follows which: It wasaHHeriHi

Academy Repair Department affair with the hosts and honorguests other relatives over the week No. 101. Year of t.tltl..ftl", No, 141 Year of
2689 Park tat 41 were Mr. and Mrs. Eu- end. iHmiam-e 1908.( D.'lpll.... of TNHiiame 196A. Des" Hpttim of
W. Monroe
888-8637. 355-8447 Pioperty Com at NW cor ofi414 Property' cor of
Modern Styling gene Starling, Mrs. Richard of 8W1-4 and run H SWl-4 of N'W'I..tofNJ\VI- rim
Qualified Instructor ; Chesser and Mr. and Mrs. John 010 Ft., S.' 110 Ft. for 1-OU W to NW cor of Ely 1 2.18 A for

Accredited VA Approved .PIANOS Dempsey and daughter. Colored Citizensr
My or" Night Claanea Mrs Leon Wilkinson lies the

For Mntlrnj Advice sympathy of her friends in the &t 'rN t"'F,7L'r':. .:,..- ''eC..\nleh. '.."t Y. ,.RJ y"! uuf' rtr..w. '. f'i!" "''"".tf1: ry'4yayI<: .+u''l F''nf 5,' "Vy".7dre1'r: ?: ; ''' iI' .{iwSr'v.. ,Vll.!>!r ;t....:;ji<.:ryrtiq r'runi..ZM'',' ''; .:",ywl .y;

ELECTRIC MOTORS C. CARTER MCK* loss, of who her passed father away W E.Thursday Lowery .- News M;l y,.' .:: ..,V '. ,.". {vrf} : ;s- :. J "'N2; :' <|| & .jL'fcm'& *f ; ;; f ,.'4tH1 i :; 'i ?.:. .<...: ,:,:,:,-.
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Peavy Brothers Sept. 19, in Valdosta Ga. !C' i'.. "/, i.'.,;:;t!:::::.. ';o: ? $ ,i-\\ _' #>._u. ._ +*&. ...ib ,"&1'iiffil&t: \ :! t,::t ..:.U:;''' ... .'. \.., !
k t14ln1 Extension Home Makers met E :IIOOL: NEWS .4i,;,'.,".',<, ':.,'J. (..;I.' '...'t'."'. ;' J' '11 ,."" <' "(>}''''\' '1".r",1.: .' '
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Electric Co. j P. 1." tJ. -;:" ,c 'i-- ." ""' "".,"" .. ">= .. "" .....''t...,., .. ... _"" ...... ..". ".r..'
at the home .. ,
of Mrs. T. V. ; .. .
of Duckon The Oth Grade civics classes .. .r'Y ':kl" ... I. -, ., : ",:,'" T, '
FI.EOTBIO MOTOR i ? Thursday morning of Jast have organized themselves Into ,/'i'h'4! ; ; *:,!' iI "y'' -: 0 .., \ :.... !\, ..;' .'

St'Id-ServICed-RepaIr** Chrkerlrt) r And Other week They spent the time making councils, each composed of several ,Y'J H.XAr;. ." \ ?.\\.t(S;:::. ,'_" sn ,, ,: ":'. ,-1'/ .::. ;. ."
j Generator*-su. .i MUB plans for the meetings of committees. Chief am! ol :.:."'*?''I.;'''',- *.V..':' "1 t w yawtt. "ro> ''''' '>K'. '' '"'' >'''i''; ::. .
Name Brand Pianos .. r: .10 "
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"Armature" .
Rewinding the Those > '
year attending were the committees is to complete at '. '
4041 I.MIOX 387-2528:$ KEVIliAUL "SUINGKK"] Mt.s. Ed Durban Mrs. D. A least four projects this scnool ..'1..,.:".a ,v., "':.':.:\' ,r. ..{;.:..:"- .

ORGANS Jones Mrs. J. M. Faulkner, term that will be beneficial to 1..',....!.: .,,;.;. .-.; .'..,." : : ::.". ,..'. -. I
MATERNITY WEAR"JmcksonvllJc's" Roonevelt Mall 388-8519 'Mrs Harry Faulkner, Mrs. both the school and the various }:'(.,'\\.l ,:.<.. 4 ', ;....' .._ ':, ,;'.n...', I
John; Tye and Mrs Duck Timeof committees In this area. Council '\;' :.1r::.')" :, :. ''''.':I: { : ,.' '''I',''' ''i..>::' :' :
; next meeting will be an chairmen are: Velma M.t- .,,,-.-,,,,' .: ,. .,o.: c. _1 ". '"'/., '. ..J.' \,' ''':".' ''! ''J:1': '....;tw.v.I.. \\"" 4, ''I .',. .i".I. _:,. .... ,;. ,: .
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SEWING CENTER flounced .'. .1,.. ..' ..' '0//' "" .(I".f. .. .' iI..l\r\ : : {!' ?:.:)i :;;' .... \ ,'\:; { :: ,1" .
chell and Cleveland Simmons. :. : :':: Secretaries are Dora Frazier ... ;". '' :i& .:'1: .; : ", ..;.;.; ..;. :. '! w.":' ...;; ",
Mrs. Ernest Wells was visitIng -
H. &N. her sister Mrs. Ruth Bar- and Geraldine Hendrleth. H. W l19G'' 'Mustang' SportsRoof

Mow, in Mlddleburg last Thurs Taylor is the teacher. '
day. The Junior Class has elected
SEWING
.t CENTER Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Ter- the following officers of tae
068-69 school term President THE 69 FORDS
Ccnutole! :
Model makes fancy de- rell and Kenny of Gainesville
t, Julian DeSue Vice President
Most Complete IgTin., stltchen, monogram were Sunday visitors of her ;
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Shop for" Moth*>r-to-B overcast;' sews* on-1 biittami parents.Mr,' and Mnr Jo"DOTo : Edwin Clark; Secretary. ShirleyMeboutald ,
Assistant Secre
make button holes & blind and other relatives. ; -
JUDY'SMATERNALANE Itches. No attachments We to have Mr. lair Mary Strong; Treasurer,
are pleased
!demonstrators, $48 or $6 per' ana Mrs. Vernon Olin back I Melvarean Morris Parliamentarian.; RepoI.teT.Hazel ,

HM( 7 Park Ht. SSa- tOia Imo Call Jax 771-18.0:; with us. 'Sammie King Johnson; ; Business ARE HERE TODAY !

MOTORCYCLES Mr. and Mrs, Tom Whaley Manager. Charles Lott; Chap-
and children spent Sunday with
WESTERN STORE lain, Betty Davis, Class Sponsor -
Mrs. Nellie! Wilkinson, Mrs H. Taylor.
Triumph
Daisy Boch, and Lynn. I ADLLT CLASSESAll

01 Visiting :Mrs. Stella Wllkln- Interested adults are in-
JacksonvilleI LITTLE DUDE son this week are her son-in-] vlteu to attend the classes for

TAMAIIA ... law and daughter Mr.;: and Mrs cortlnuing education for begin- --
TRIUMPH
Xcn To eiSOco Western Store Wade Kerby, and three children -I' no's/ In school. Whatever the

dmnl' "" Part" SeI'Ylne Western Clothing Leather of Molton, Ala. needs, they can be met If they

TTW.tI" Motorcyclen! In Stock goods. Saddles and Trailers!: Mrs. Stanley Dudek and are made known. "3'q .,, 1969Tor1noGT5perfsRoo}
I 4228 FlilUlp/ Hwy U. s. I aJarluonllh ,I Charles & Sharon Petty daughter, Mrs. Clarice Slonskl,. Sewing Classes are held at

> SSO-7245 I 90Z S. Ed/rwood/ 384-1210 of Chicago, 111 are visiting Mrs. RJE each Monday and Wednes-
lestrr Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. day with Miss R, L. Taylor as
teacher. Register at the Vo-

I Terry) Center, phone 9645344.

I CHURCH NEWS I

Gi eater Bethlehem Free Will .
1 Baptist Church, Rev. Lewis Mc- .
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1 !:.'t .'
Kay pastor Monday night .'
Choir No. 1 will rehearse at '... rry,, IL, rM r
I' 7:30, and all members are
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t""' Ph' '. .fl "yll rL .. ,,..., *" wY
: ; asked to please meet In a a cmeet.ng. n ."e 1' ,. l.Ti w iM" : -. v' ,* "r '4
4f
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4k' lM
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Tuesday nlgnt ti A/y lf 'ke / ; r > q M't
I Choir! No. 3 and Ushers Board :o'- ?yv' i,8./ au .4 t >

No. :it will meet at 7 p. m. Wednesday .

: :; night Prayer Meet.ng. -. 1 -
F Thursday'! night Bible Study at t7 a w, :.------ 'c v

the church and Ladles C.rclu '
will meet at the home of Mis

Sarah Prince. Friday u.g.u
Prayer Band meeting at horns

of k
Ins at 2 p. m., the I Can Circle' .... o ."
wii' .sponsor! dinners. and No. 3i' '. fN:,' .
Cho.r will sell Ice cream bun t.J t.-

day School 9:30.: Morning Worship > A r '" :" :;

at 11 with the youth In /F- *. e 4'
y ea 1 % xhf9 '
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x'i cnaige; speaker. Miss Palma >> A yf1 : '

Davis.. .;< ., ;. t : :'

c. The Youth will sponsor a motorcade / ._ -' -. :
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i to Lawtey to participateIn /. '. ,""."It.. :;.... ... '.. ... _'. F1


,7i Prince president.gram the at District president.2:30.: Missionary Mrs. Sarah pro :, : t 7 ) '.:;'.:';'f'ff<-f:: 'L:' ';:j


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Festival
There will be a Singing .; .
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behalf of ,I ..r".fr :) ....... ......
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i BIG PIGGY THINGS BANKS FROM GROW-LITTLE groups th ,take education and part.Greater .choirs department.are invitedto All 4 ,. r rt: 'j.':, ;. 'r'Vl. i e.. r. "- /: ?:.'.. :: ;.',.L.. :.. ';'.{::f ...:". .i : ; ;:'._', ]

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Big things that come from interest-earning Allen AME Church. A.nd7t// w).a I r.dJ ixr4K1"neRwi.: : V.V.Mieiw..1 .'.,- jo/- ......"...;;,'il.O: ..........v.:.: ..;a' 1r"W'; :" '; ;:....'. .:.
bank savings accounts. accounts that are Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor. 1969 LTD be Ford 2-Door l Hardoa -
Sunday School, 10 a. m., which
fed on piggy-bank "pork" plus gift checks concludes the services. Leadersare 1969 Mustang.All T9WTorino 1969 Ford.

and deposits every payday. Big things like asked to contact the mem- new, all avert! 5 great model, The winner's back for more .. Longer. Wider. Qofetea,

I II I vacation trips, "extras" for the house, layettes bers for the missionary! contri More engines than ever. with two hot new Cobras to boot' And alone in Its class.
bution. Reports will be made to
and nursery furniture, downpaymentson the secretary at 6 p. m. Thav re like no Mustancjs vou'va ever Torino for "69 comes on |Just as hot Of n For 1949.Ford'tracks as wide en CocHTfee.
cars and homes. Piggy bank or no- The Missionary Union will be seen before! longer. Wider Roomier luxurious as you please. Engines range Smooths your ride with a longer wheel
. \ held at 11 a, m. Sunday at St. front and back. And far, far sportier. all .thwway up to a 428-cti. in. Cobra Jet base than Chevrolet. Has more (front
tI { OPEN AN INTEREST-EARNING James AME Church. Lake But Take the new Mustang Mach 1 1. Or luxurious Ram-Air V.8. For Torino spirit with extra)( headroom and legroom than a Chrysler

SAVINGS ACCOUNT HERE NOW! ler, Rev. Levy Lennon pastor. Grand Choose hardtop. sport savings added, choose from eight new Imperial. The '69 ford LTD is designed I
All members are asked to cooperate roof or convertible Then dip ,into a long '69 Foirtones./ See all 52 ol the now '6? /to ride even quieter than the LID thai
list of and design Mustang. Focds &ioda/. than 1
: with the pastor in this options your lode quieter/ Bolk-Royce. Tf I


I FLORIDAMember activity.la The place you've got to go f to see what's going on-Your Ford Dealer hn&v:J. ;.JTERWILLE6AR


Th. Candy ...."...*. (iMirt Of
! .. Bradford OoliXr, Klorl.l" In
1C,1, : Probate MIn ...
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q e ,i4NJC'1 ]/ft: :SiT' 4 :'IIK.iS: ... Paul H D...:C...II Kutate. |. or Aaron T.

NOTICE-; OF PROBATETo MOTORS
All (*tr.<>n. Interested. In
Federal Deposit Insurance Th. E.tale Of Haul Decedent:
Corp. You are hereby notified that

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group .a written h* in. lfit In.trum..nt Will if imrportlnitIn Aaron. T.
Paul dorpimi". !. bun been admit-
til, to prnhut In thlit C'nurt 206 West Madison St. Starke FloridaTHURSDAY







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N Two Pap two Rti/tiwnnn/ <(<:ennrtNTV TIILEnnArll!! 'r/tnnm. "Amrn" THURSDAY SEPTA t 8'1869rv7vt.vnvvnvvvvvvvv. .
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home! hereAmons my designating Itli wife, so A secrecy of to the ASCS eountty lfftee..
Less Than Month LeltTo This assures the
Price On 1968 Corn
those from this com- Ms Parents are still deemed as Support their vote. I "Be sure to elm) this statement

THERESSA munity Country attending Music Festival the at WQIK the and beneficiary remarried; he neglecting was divorced to Register To Vote /n November To Average $1.23 'Per Bushel I The plain! envelope should on the back'" of &the out- ,(
Inside the envelope Mrs. Chapman:
Coliseum in Jacksonville Satur- change the beneficiary or his then be put side envelope,
aa, &Aa1AAaAa&AAAAAAAAAa 3 Mr. and Mrs. De- person now deceased and any to register to vote. Mrs. ).requirements will still be able Farmers are reminded of an been mailed with the ballots This statement. is a certification 'considered
HOPE Henry Loper not be
BAPTIST CHURCH wttt Mr and Mrs. 'El- Insurance proceeds' will go to Flynn, supervisor of elections, to vote in the presidential election Important part of the election gent to all eligible voters of that the ballot was marked by Hersey
Sunday School, 10 a. m., the estate of the deceased per has announced that her office If they are making their process for Agricultural S ablllzation record in the county office. Ore the farmer personally without as a vote. And we certainly '.1
bert Mr and 1'\5.\
Hersey,
Morning Worship, 11 Mr and Mrs.
Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Wayne Raymond Hersey Harvey Mr and Mrs. son.Dixon suggests! that if a veteran people who wish tobe these people may apply for a ( ) county committeemen hay a statement printed on the The envelope should then be lot to count In the ,election." I
Evening Worship, 7:15: p. m.; has any doubt about the eligible to vote in the November special presidential ballot between especially where ballots are back which the former needsto mailed or otherwise delivered .
Servl6fe Tommy Tyer: Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Wednesday evening Prayer current status of the beneficiary ,, elections. Sept. 21 and Oct. 5. mailed in to the ASCS county sgn. A witnessed mark will I 1 1IE
!!! 7:30: p m., with choir prac- Crenshaw 1MI'. and Mrs Doley named to receive his insurance Mrs. Flynn's oftce: locatedin I To be eligible to vote In all office In, Bradford County, the also qualify as a signature.The \ .
,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy
tice after the service. ,'Hersey, proceeds, he should fill out a the court house, will be open -I elections in Florida, a }person: deadline for returning ballots ballot should be.marked .
Sullivan Jr., Mrs. Ed Douglass< : ,
'An enjoyable hlghllgnt of the Bar- change:!) of designation of beneficiary from 9 a. m. to 4:30: p. m. must haVe lived !In the stats ''a the ASC election is Friday and sealed inside the plain en- Serving Florida ,
Miss
Mrs. Dwight Hersey
Sunday evening service was special which he can secure ,september 24 and 28 It will one year, in the county of his Sopt. 20. music by W. B. McKinney bara Douglass Larry Joe Douglass from VA office Veteran be open every day. including present residence for siX '
any or
Mr. June to enclose
Chapman other
any
County
ma-
Joan Crenshaw Jerry t9
It.
violinist. County,' Service Officer, and immediately Saturday, on the week of Sept. months, and must te 21 yearsof terial. anWM I
1 Crenshaw, Eddie Douglass Miss Office Manager, ASCS, pointsout Also, they should not
On. several 30.
Monday' evening
in Martha Cannon, and Jerry send It to the VA age. that two write on the plain envelope. ................. .. .. wI IJ
Hope Church members; Joined where he malls hit insurance. As required by state law, the According to the Supervisor, envelopes have .
a "general cleaning' and 'hang James. premiums. registration books will close at 5,204 persons are registered In ---
ini o! new drapes in the Church Mrs. Pauline Sears, who wasa 5 1 p. m. Saturday Oct 5. On Bradford County, This does not J fri friI friiIl

educational ,building. In charge; recent guest of her cousin\ Services Held that day Mrs. Flynn's office Include the "surge of new registrations FLORIDA THEATRE I M... Carolyn HLM Cordially 4
of'this activity was a committee Mrs. Rhoda Dampleaand Mrs will remain open until 5 p. m. (approximately 125))

composed. of Mrs. Billy j D Griffis, and other rela.I .. For R. B. Speed, Mrs. Flynn" also pointed out since the books opened in June R ::Vnet8atv.: W Welcome* I iitleeUDn .
Brceden, Mrs. George Payne tlm here, returned last weekend that people who do not meet Mrs. Flynn maid 8hcrwtlWHkday 7
and Mrs. Frank BaileyCOMMUNITY I to her home In Miami She I Retired Artist Sunday 3:00.: Saturday. 1 I Ph 964-5812 You and Tour ,

CENTER was accompanied by Mrs. Dam- ,' FRI, SAT., SUN. MON. TUBS. 122 N. Bay St "l'aJnUy"b "T6\a
,
Community residents oil all pier and Mr. and Mrs. C. T Richard B. Speed, 86, of 'The Green Berets' To Screen ,. New IIoin I

Riles are welcome at the !recreation Newsome spent the weekend in Starke, died Saturday morningIn SEPT. 27, 28' 29, :30-Oct. 1 Starke
period !held each Monday Hollywood with their daughter I the Bradford County Hospital For 5 Days At Florida"The
the and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs Alvin after a .short illness. FloridaIt
evening beginning at 7:30: at HIE GREEN The State of
Community Center. Taylor, and Mrs Dampierspent Born in Oklahoma on Nov. 19, BERETs
Theressa
.' PERSONALSMrs the weekend In Miami. J831, Mr. Speed was a retired Green Berets" first mo. ton also star in the Batjac pro- To Make Yoti Feel Welcome and
IB Our Desire
Ion picture drama to be basedon duction for Warner-Bros.-Seven
associated
Children and grandchildren of artist, having been "
C., E Powell S. Sibley's and her.sister daughter Mrs.- Mr. and <.M"s. G. C. Conner former I with the New York DailY New* the Vietnam conflict, Is set Arts Other stars with parts In To Acquaint You With Ydbr City.
B. residents living until his retirement. for a. five-day stand, Fi'id ay- the film
; Powell I Starke now are AUO Ray, Raymond
\ip-aw] Mrs. Vernon
gathered at the' He is survived ,by his wife Tuesday Sept 27-oct. 1, at the :N" If in the phone
at Florahome, : are new area a
of Miami, were guests of the 3t Jacques: Bruce Cabot, Jack r you
home of the Conners Sunday to< Delia Z. Speed, of Starke; one Florida Theatre. a' .
Slbleys: the last Sibleys week.. and On Powell Thursday -I observe\ M:. Conner's 80th bJ: .th/ daughter, Mrs. Allen Blewett of John Wayne stars co-directs Soo George Tak l, Patrick /,My l call will bring you a .prompt visit I''

which foils on Sept 25. Stockton Calif.; one son Richard the movie which combines com- Wayne, Luke Askew and Irene I
day .
spent an enjoyable day at White ,battle wdHN from local hostess. Please give
Those attending were Herman. Speed Santa. Ana Calif.: edy, drama spectacular Tsu. your
!Springs and Dowllng Park on and and two sisters. Mrs. Blanche scenes. and Intrigue. Wayne's
the Suwannee River. Tv-mnie and Ronnie Conner DAVID i her call! She has and
Michael produced the y' a maps many
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fulghum Carney St Louis, Mo., and Mrs. son. ;
well wishes to Marshall '
pet Jr. of Palatka: Mr and Mrs. Laura; Rabbins, Staiunton, 111. Pechnicolor-Panavlislon. film an EZEBASE TYPE WRITEL.PAPER WAYFJE uANSSEN :
and wonderful fovon
at free
Cloversettle, who this writing gifts
Marshall Strickland of Flora- Entombment was I in Green account of the U. S. Army's Special Mlmeo Paper Bond
is at Glendale! Hospital In Palat- home: Mr and Mrs:! John Ma lawn Cemetery (Mausoleum in Forces branch in action. r'p r. Notebook Fillers. .t.GNNrcoe on'IMMnvtucw'rnoM" w.-.._.......____ oR : from local businesses.
Infection
-
ika, as the results of a throat
rJradfoM: '
Leod, Becky and David of St. Jacksonville at 1:30: p m. Sat- Photographed with meticulous Ix-urny Telegraph.
I
"Rusty" Sullivan spent Sat- A' ustlne, and Mr. and Mrs. urday with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral attention to 'authenticity\ "The --
Green Berets' was filmed largely
Home in charge.;
and "Rusty.
Percy Sullivan Jr.
-
urday night with !his grandparents uI
location at Fort
and Robin on Bennlng.1
:
Mr. and Mrs Marshall Misses Tammy I
On remote
'Strickland, at Florahome. Hersey spent Saturday Mr night and Daniel R. Weeks 2B5 Ga. square-mile fort were designed -
Mrs. M F. Dampier was In with their grandparents I
Tallahassee !part of I last week Mrs. E. Douglass, at Lake But- Services HeldIn "Strike camp"an ahthentlc-looking and two Vietna- t

attending! the County Judge ler.Mr Jones ChapelDaniel ,
mese Montagnard villages, as
and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof
Convention t the Duval
Clerks (I-
well as various() other military
Hotel. Lt W E. Dampier, A Detachment Palatka visited his parents.Mr. R. Weeks 57, of Starke and civilian installations IJ
20bh Special Forces and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan :lied upon arrival at Alaehrn J
and their Percy Jr. and In Columbus, Ga, the Hilton .
Group\ was in charge of a Gun : son General Hospital in Gainesvlll
Safety Clinic conducted by the family, on Sunday. last Friday afternoon.. He was a typical Southern mansion builtin

National Guard for the Keystone Harold Mills, Jr, of Atlan- employed as a radio repairman 1938 serviced as a perfect

''Hunt Club on Sheriff Jennings tic Beach. visited his father, with Couch's Inc., in Gainesville facsimile of a South Vletamese

Miirrhee's property near;! Keystone Harold Mills und aunt Miss and was stricken while at plantation. I
Heights last week. Week- Dorothy Mills, Friday, en routeto work. David Jansscn and Jim Hut I

end guests of the Damplers his home from a business Mr. Weeks was bonn in OhIoon The. 1969 Buick R.........More elegant ';(> - were Mr and Mrs R, J. Zeigler trip !in south Florida. hone:' 17. 1911. He was employed "y personal than ever. With new exclusive lort.trtegtnu rfewlritkrlor
Think About& It"Civilization at the end a revolutionary new suspension sy.tomfor, improved handling and men
Gainesville radio repairman
as a 301DRIVEIN "n.1949 Bute" :CS 400. driving ease than you've ever enjoyed before Completely equipped,
little Miss Chris Johns visited J Is nothing else Camp Blanding Maintenance With new functional hood scoop inch V8,automatic Irancmissionpower steering

her grandparents :Mr. and Mrs but the attempt to reduce force Shop from 1951 to 1957. for deeper engine breathing.A suffer, for; .....Witba4lUpow....__ brakes and much,much more.7n .,
E. S. Sibley, Sunday ,afternoon. to being, the last. resort.; Surviving are; his wife Mrs. Improved more handling responsive and suspension ride.And the ,' 4
Belated Happy Birthday wishes Jose Ortega Gassett Da Weeks, of Starke. and a new available Stage I optional
.to Miss Tract Broadway who step-daughter, Mrs OilY Campbell tagh-performtaapokage.; _

celebrated her first birthdays Insurance of Jacksonvilla 199 Bute*ItSabre.New color*,new Interiors and Bufcl's revolutionary
t 18Friends. Funeral services were held at OPEN SUNDOWN neweuspenstonsystemforaLeSebrethat'emorceppedlmgthsa
of W. D. Carter .are BeneficiariesOut 2:30: p. m. Sunday In Jones Memorial Show Begins at 7 P.M. 'y ever before Moreresponuandeconomlfromuturtdard750cubi07atts
inch VS.And a long,impressive hit!feature
gild to know that he returned tft ( Chapel witTi Rev W. A. *
Of Date
his home last week after sometime Hogan officiating Interment ADMISSION

spent at the Veteran's Hospital was tn Hope Cemetery with De- Adults 75c Students 60e
"
Four of every 10 governmentGI ,
In Gainesville. Late birth- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home i In
insurance policies are out of Children Under 12! Free
day wishes also to Mr. Carter, charge. r'
date because the policyholder
whose birthday was. last week. FRI.. SAT. SUN.
has neglected to notify the Vet. .
Mrs. P. W. Maynard\ whois erans Administration changes Tips Over $20 SEPT. 27, 28/29" ". "-; '" 110''' ':'"''''

presently In. Concord, N. C., in family makeup according /
spent a week'with iher sister to M. T Dixon of the Florida Per Month Must Double Feature Program

Mrs. H. Cuthbertson, at Marion Department of Veterans Affairs. Be ReportedCash ,, IJ -
Mrs. Maynard's i1"Jjrthdll/y-the/ Most common oversights i ,

first on which she had been with causing beneficiary designations tips amounting to $20 or The 1969 Buick Wildcat... With more Buick luxury ,,,,,,r ,_ ,
her .sisters in 30 yeais-was also to be out of date are-the more In a month with one employer 'andnkirheew.tylingWahBuick'anewsuvpenslonsyslemundt' 'a+erNf J ,sr. jO11' I
celebrated that week The May- veteran got married after inking are now covered by social 430 cubic inch V8 standard.And a long list of safety features. \

nard's lends are; looking forward out his GI Insurance, ne- security according to T. C.
to their return to their glected to change his beneflcl- Watson, Social Security Representative !

r for Bradford County.;

Anyone who received tips <.of '*Eve is half savage
,
$29 or more In any month while
working for one employer must but all woman!"

GAINESVILLE report this to his employer. He Th.Trading Po"UNCONVENT10NAL
1
wIG then receive social security e !" "
credit for Ills tips as well as for Zoological'Society

Business Directory his Mr.regular Watson wages pointed each out month.that e'' FreeFiHMd Untamed!" I

the reporting of tips Is a requirement Th.Tribesman.. ,

of the law and is not V NATURE IS HER BAGt 99Jungl

AUTO SALES MEN'S WEARSTAG'N voluntary. This provision has .Tims
been in effect since January .'SEe Mb tar own clothes!99
BRASINGTONCAD1XIAO IMS.! He also stated that counting ,Peorl.Prne0.

8MOBILID: DRAG wages of means tlips along better with protectionand regular ;},< l

SALES &; SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coats higher benefits for workers s:: :
Fine Selection of Used Out) el Arrow Dress Shirts! Involved.
Taken On Cadillac Trade S Puritan Sweater IX tips are a part of your IfI'n I The Buicks.The
s
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. S78-SS01 S Peters Jackets earnings: you should keep a 1969
Ladles Sportswear dally record and each month 4t <
CRANELINVOLNMERCURY 1 report the amount received if It .
2 Store 13 W. University ia 520 or more. If you have any

Authorized Sale a Service I. and GolruMivUIe Mall questions on the reporting of

2201 N. Mala Ph. 372-4373 tips or any other social) security
mttter, contact Mr Watson any ,
Crane Imports I MOBILE HOMES Monday or Thursday morning
at the Old Agricultural Building
Volvo t A
HQ Austin llealey60S @
at 13B N. Temple Avenue.
E.:University. Gainesville. original
Phone 372-4251 MUSTANG starke. flower Child) 199 Bute; FTfclr 125.New Bciuiflbny flea ,,.
A distinctive new profile. With big 430 cubic inch V8
Mobile Homes Inc. FOREST SERVICE and TH-4W aulomnlic, trarummion. stand.ird. 'Ok.aNa.-
Beauty Academy ,
Featuring new 60/40 seat that you can order Sure straight' ,
FIRE REPORT .i .
uacktngfromtrevolutionoryn.wsusprnaionsystem.And
POWELL'S Ga1De vU1e'. Discount Mobil. Two fires with live acres burn- myth,much more. A 1
Homo Bales Lot. ed were reported by the Florida

Beauty AcademyLearn NEW MOON Forest Service in Bradford
JDAPEIXA
COLOR
a Profession :In Your County during the week ending .
As low as $100 down.
Spare Time. Pull or Part Time Monday \Since Jan. 1 there been
219 N.W. 10th 378-2760 48ZO N.W. 13th 378-1346 128 Tires with 934 'acres burned ROBERT WALKER//FRED ClARK** MYaJtea

as compared with 100 fires and HERBERT LOMI/CHRISTOPHER

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC PAINT & GLASS 809 8 acres burned during the aNr N.er amt lCElESfEJARNIITlai\e'J s r.-..u.ww, .....!- ,
same period last year. aNw..I W..lei ale aN.arixna

Rainfall by towers luring the PLUSGrizzled. -

Motor Repair Co. Liddell Paint & week ending 'Monday: New River -

Of aataenmie, iliaRepairingRewinding .1 inch: Highland, 1.90: ToIlllI/ .
: Glass Co. Santa Fe .1 Inch. county aver-

New And Used ago for week 66. ARawKtil&r.JoanHackstt

2810 N.VV. 16th Ph. 8128811tFarm '
GtaM-Mirrors Sliding Door- ,
MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink.
and IndustrialEquipment Tub JnclOllureI: .-Sllower boon "Duplicating- machine* vnd -

Furniture Tops-Window supplies Bradford County)
Windows-A wnlnjr Telegraph 'I
Santa Fe Tractor

FORD 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191

Farm 'Tractor Implements s.
GLASS I
USED EQUIPMENT SE'I ..
SEWING MACHINESNational .
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-
BALES PART SERVICE -
4488 NW.: 6th 6-2S48:: FOR EVERY L1PANMOeO 'There are many new features on every 1 ly.--ick. Manv features.: you like. See them.! Seejf they.won
GARDEN SUPPLIES Sewing Mh'rorsFOR ncriNs M.a ::1 i
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PURPOSE thiJhNesv:
:Johnson& Fans; Inc. 'Machine Co. Inc. EVERY


8EED8-PJ.ANT8-Complete Line of PfaffNew Homo-, Neloo SHEA'SGLASS DonatdPleassna No wonder Buick owners keep selling Buidks' .for us.' fm:1:

Insecticide*-Pet; SuppUMFERTILIZERS Used and Repossessed CO. ,

Salei-Repairs AU Make 372-4SIS 3TZ-4151 J Wouldn't really rather have a Buick?
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We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' 1113 H.W. 4th Plo you .....M........

224 N.W. 8th rb. 372-0476 'I 611 W. University 378-1555 Golntivlll -. I
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'THURSDAY. SEPT. 26. 1961 OOPOTT TKLROKAPI1. RTAKKH. F1.ORIIM Srtllon Two-Pnffn Three I
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Asst. CUBB I ''I l less! fluid which spieads the and chop down all your plants.
Director Goes
'. Discontinued Floor Samples poison. because you can continue to
rr Let's GoGardening I I Some people get this skin ailment enjoy all your ornamentals, If
To Federal
Housing School 6t by touching poison ivy or you" curb the habit of chewing

handling Items such as tools leaves or twigs of plants.

I' Sc&e''! DECORATOR CURIOS B. R Fountain, deputy director tives MId sponsors of non-profit t I or pets -that have been in Many times children are the

24"x38" Shadow Box of CUBB Economic Agency housing projects throughout the I contact with the plant. Others victim of toxic plants. So teach'

!t 0 Fantastic! Special Purchases fl.i, {ILwT"ti;!: i I Dowbl Pram 'has taken a nine month sobbatlcal" country. By Harvey Snarpe! Editor:: !set a good case of dermatitIs the small.fry to avoid putting
: CanttrucllonMlrrar to participate In a hous Fountain left Starke Tuesday I by walking through smoke of! anything1 In their mouths except
II. Extennlon
I,))1 O Factory Close-Outs B ,:, I I4".30" ing intern program which I I.* be- night and will 'arrive in Washington Florida Agricultural burning ivy stems or leaves I food.Remember
r& '.I, $1988I ins! funded toy a grant from, Fold D C on Thursday morn-, ServicePOISONOUS A few folks swear that they I that crawlers In
I ? ; Foundation. 1 log The Intern, will playpens may reach out be-,
'I"' .' : program catch the Itch via fog droplets
("t: BUNK BEDS D'. .: ." ,:;ftI1 I. 26"x34" Shadow BoDoubla > The deputy director was one of begin on Sept. J6.I PLANTS drifting past Ivy plants. tween: the bars and make an

f iI .... \ FramaConstruction. : 30 persons selected from more A graduate of Florida A. and "Leaflets three let it be." Mild cases of dermatitis can oral exploration of anything In,

tA-Piece Complete I, m I e Mirror "" 2a"31"liir than. 150 candidates for the In- I M. University. Fountain 25 Th:s Li a good rule to follow if be treated with home ;remedies. reach. Grass and most lawn
ten: program. He was hired by held variety of Jobs while in you ate susceptible to poison These Include a shower using weeds are harmless, but pols-

BUNK OUTFIT f __t1.., I ; $1988 CUBB In October of 1967. PRl.tof ;college. He1st a native .of Bar- Ivy strong soap or a paste of baking onus mushrooms have a way of
a 21t' Wood. '00'. D1cis v I $1.00 Dollvo" his salary is now being poll: tow. Fla. So be careful when cleaning soda. Several remedies are growing within grasp of tiny

1t e Sturdily Built Flnkh".."'r- HIT}''';"': ... tty> CUBB 'and he will return to I Since he has' been with CUBB a wooded lot. lake margin or a. available at the drug store. fingers. To be on the safe side,
e Salam Mapla' M ofIndud.u CUBB following his Internship. the house. locate playpens In well Inspected .
fence row near a
14CM Shadow Box lie has! worked: as director of the Tf a sizable part of your bodyIs
I I rxd,/ / I (W. P Heney CUBB executive Poison ivy is a vine that place. .
\ three Head Start programs, and affected, consult a physicianas
2 BEDS ....._
.c. director commented that Fountain climbs fence posts trees and For compile details on home
0 MI_20".40'" he also directed the recent elec. ivy poison can be quite ser
2 SPRINGS was taking a cU: In' salary even some namentals. It ious. grown toxic plants secure
tions in which low-Income resi-
t 2 MATTRESSES -:::::4): $3995 while attending the )
Rod and Laddar program. dents in Clay. Union, Bradford clings to the surfaces by small There are a number or other Agricultural Extension- Service
Ouord 15EM oath. The housing intern program Is and Bicker. counties chose representatives root along tho stems. The poisonous plants around the Bulletin So. 175B, "Poisonous
$ 108.1 ./ 15" S4" mint l4fd.r designed! to develop specialists for theta county plant is easily lecognlzcd by home. One Is the oleander.If Plants Around the Home" The
.
Ska* l" in housing for() low-Income families. the three leaflets at the top of publication J.1 available from
S.o."U", f. ;'J' boards: you try to rid your property
'Cloth ..... It is) sponsored by the stalk.Botanists county and home Economic
"' $5. DOWN 2.25 A WEEK ...NI. .......... .M."'..... .70"Idr.r'.. l Foundation for Cooperative\: a long of oleanders by burning
,. $2995 I with the Agricultural don't inhale the smoke. agents.
.INrM Smoke
: i lOCM JUNIOR MEMBER
... 59"22"x46" Housing 'and by Urban America
Gary J. Prevail. 13. son of Experiment Stations say from this toxic plant Is as
Inc.. with coming from
lace Deluxe Bunk Outfit! 10 t SHADOW BOX CURIO the Ford Foundation money Mr and Mrs Emory Prevail of the three.leaf idea. will eliminate fatal as a death chamber. NEW LIFE BIBLE

Make Ideal :..a..c..{ '129"a e Windsor Lit* Lantern Stake, has been granted a many harmless plants] but All parts of the plant are CLUB TO START
I..041tr .r $ + 0 Mlrrar ""26" i Th one-year internship will junior membership in the American will keep you safe from poison
Tain Beds poisonous If eaten. One leaf
a1.nNe..o..dl l The New Life Bible Club willstal.t
.as A WEEK | include an initial fix weeks of
$ .t
$2788 oak.
Angus Association at St ivy and poison
contains \
I enough poison to kill
'Ir. 1T. 01CMM9" classroom work at the National Tuesday. Oct. 1, at Cal-
Joseph Mo. The membership Poison Ivy an itch-
causes
II"x12"I Sh.d.w L.x an adult Dry leaves
$s .yg are! as va l' Baptist Church in Starke.
Housing Centerin Washington entitles. him to register purebred better( known as dermatitis by
J JNeed D. C. followed by on-the-Job deadly as green leaves. Sessions will! be held each Tuesday -
\ Angus at regular member-
\ the uptown gardeners.
Bodcocfc ACCENT LAMPS.r; ;: ;,: : training with city housing authorities ship rates and to the privileges Regardless of the name, Eating frankfurters roastedon immediately after school.1.8'are
and all children
,
I oleander grades
stems force
'r.t organizers! of may
( coopera of the
Association until 21.
. age you'll! probably claw the itching
that' .\" to take .Invltedto attend. EachchJci
lamp
!i t a just right? l'I you\ a sudden trip to
{ Choose from the tremendous selection ;i. I. places until they ooa colorTHEY'VE I the hospital.( Eating part of the ; : attending! an opportunity -
and r to win a free week at camp
of styles' colors at Bad. plant may send you on a one I
cock's. way trip to the cemetery. plus other valuable awards.'

ll (AI) MODIRN Mill IAMP ((0) EARLY AMERICAN '1 Oleander poison The teacher is Mrs. Oehrlg.
........,> n..>.. IAIII1AMP *''1 r ii1 t".r'. : .: DONE IT AGAIN may cause Phone 473-4214 for information.
t OOfM a:;:.:' ...' $691 I ) only nausea, dizziness, drowsiness -
FRAMED !11,1 !!NN. ::-= or a decreased pulse rate. NOTICE TO BIDDERS

x ?e MIRRORS (TRANSITIONAL)) (If) MODERN flOOR LAMP Acute symptoms include irregular -. Sealed bids will be receivedfor
Deluxe Cold TAIll I IAMP .....-- We Are Keferring to Our Chamber of Commerce Industrial Job heart action unconsciousness -
u.n..e'
1i14 the construction of a 20x40ft.
..,. .. .. $ tILMN.M O/ '22"
( I3
XI .tlh. Created( In: respiratory
Metal and
.Finish I....... -- paralysis ., block and brick storage
S'r+ .l "...'.'"'. o.NN7o. .. (OIMODRNTilt) LAMP (H) death. The toxic properties of building, by the Bradford County -
.
4 ........,
p 11,1, LnP. '29" 1C) TMNSISTIONUTAIll tau h.NUlq..l.l oU.! 11..,.,. '2995 lI pet 1965.- Holiday Inn of Starke .- 65 Jobs the plant are frorm two glucos- Hospital. Bids will be openedat
.. Ihl,. IAMPC LIrNt.N ../Lass (C) ddes nerloslde and oleandro- 7 p. m. Tuesday. Oct. 9.

o.. :.:.:., t.monu..l:>:r.:..ll .I.... ....,10 95 (.HI.)..MODIRN...1.71.'Oll'. LAM' 1967.. Owen Joist of Fla.-50-75 Jobs side. l'J80.! Plans and specificationsmay
.1
Idale $2995 be obtained from the Hospital -
I 2995 TRADITIONAL( ) 7n.rf.wl. 17Nt Glorlosa, or climbing lily
.. .
f .4..r .w....u'......, TAIll....'...IAMP.... (G) I AND NOW 1968-A NEW CLOTHINGMANUFACTURERS contains a deadly poison. The Administrator. It
tea 7...0... 4991 .........n... M7fl OTHER SA 95 iir plant contains a mixture of alkaloids
CARD OF THANKS
tln. n..'. mr LAMPS T and 23w1 chiefly clochlclne This ,
.,..:. lltkl.l: ,.. I...: up -- 125-150 JOBS We desire to express to our
hlsh: speed poison acts fast and
FINE POLISHED PLATE GLASS Ii -' "f kind neighbors and thoughtful
tOOR and WALL MIRRORS # ALL OF TilE ABOVE AUK{ EQUAL OIM'OKTUNITY EMPLOYERS: death his been known to occurin friends our heartfelt thanks forth.l
four hours after eating a ,
\ many expressions of sym-
.,:. ...i tuber of the glorlosa.]
pat.'y.: The food and beautiful
DacaraMva Ta Any). AddaOapth Room ,, l L We Just Want to SoyCONGRATULATIONS These are only three of the I floral. offerings were especially

Vaoollon .. score or more toxic plants that appreciated. Effie Masters and

DOOR MIRROR S ""k .; J -.-.n. r- grow around Florida homesteads -. ch'laren.'
,nNlINN f9; { ;.. Don't become alarmed
,. _._..
4 7 s14" ;
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v Lin... ; .(;..: 4. .
I- WU MIRRORS d N. +44I Lt....;.i..oJ .' ..
-- WANTEDYoung
1 / 1, Bavalad PLAT CLASS Idga yt g I .: .>. 1' n"?,Ql .. And Tell Our Customers -- "We're Proud to Be a Memberof

u .14- ............. 87-93 b r man 20.21 years old with military obligations -
l J- a3e".30... ............. $1095 L y .. ....4 (F) the Starkc-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce taken of to (train
/ 14 .J4- ..,.......... $13.96t0. care to become manager.
'..- $1495 W 1 PRESTON: HTl'DSTILL' Owner fiend: opportunity for young man with ability and
11 0".44 ..?. ...... $19.9S 4i f desire to learn.
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..ion -Page Four 8TARKE, FLORIDA ''THURSDAY SEPT. 28,1968 _,


I ,. Engineer Gives AdviceOn -


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Shades k of Joe McCarthy I r 3 County's Flood Problem)'


The "Old Nixon" may have bow' For the record here is the com-
Sept. 10, 1968 evidenced. a positive Interest in gineers, Soil Conservation Service
the Mr. Humphrey:
edout on the political front to plete quote by ; Survey and
Geological
Dear Mr. Matthews: securing! flood Insurance cov- .
smoother'1968 version but shades "People will l not live like ani P ( 4y is lour editorial on "Engineer. ercge under the flood Insurance several others..

of'theold,.: ,. model were revived in mals. I'd hate to be'stuck on the Ing Study Needed" In the Sep program and ((2)) given satisfactory I suggest to the people of

th .,hustings when his GG"P" run- fourth floor of a tenement with tember 12 edition of the Brad ,assurance that by June Bradford County that they forma

ning mate Spiro Agnew, recently rats nibbling on the kids' toes ford County Telegraph was ex- 10, 1970, permanent land use committee to draft a resolution Mm

stooped to the same low-blow tactics and they do with garbage uncollected .. cellent. The flood problem In and control measures will have requesting the Federal toto
Bradford County will need a been adopted for the State or Government to make a studyof
'that'' were used by Mr. Nixon and it is with the :-,\"' ''l r' .\: <'i'\: staff of professional engineerstraJUied area for: subdivision) which: are the flood problems in Bradford

to.first win a spot in the national streets filthy, with no swimming \ in the ,Held of Water consiat-nt -with the comprehensive County, through their, U. tc

political scene. pools with little or no recreation.I've Resources to perform a etudy ,Criteria for land management S. Representative; and secondly 0

;This was the regrettable and got enough spark left in me to find out the scope of the .and use, etc." _. to instruct their State 'Representative ton ton
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totally unfounded charge by Gov. to lead a mighty good revolt under r ; : hydraulic problems In Bradford Ai of yet, the State of Florida to start immediate
Interest
has land
not shown
County. any ly toward a progressive
conditions I don'twant
that Vice President Hubert those
Agnew
,Congress has just passed the In flood 1aln management) and management program In order
Humphrey bad become "squishy to be misunderstood. I l believe > ,,r ra .x .National Flood Insurance Act lane Jose regulations. Now Is a to qualify for the flood Insur v.a.

soft" on Communism in an effortto in law observance. I not only of 1068. Many of the people golden opportunity for the University !

appease the. "dove" faction in deplore violence I say it'annot be who\ were "flooded out" in your of Florida's new Water anteSincerely,
the Democratic'' Party condoned." county will soon be. ble'to par Resources Center, under the 'di Alan L. Me more tla
chase Insurance at special rection of Mr. A. O Patterson 5206 Joan Lane
The fact that Gov. Agnew was Sifch tactics) by Gov. Agnew :, eawrtnsat3 z. ? rates. However, to qualify forIhrs to help guide !;Bradford County Temple Hills, Md.
promptly chided hy Mr. Nixon for lend credence to speculation that Insurance under Section toward a means, to solve their (Mr. Messmore is a graduate n

his below-the belt punch, in no he has been designated to deliver 10:1.:! the law states: flood' problems\, The Universityof ef ,Miami Edison High School u

way excused him for uttering such the body blows in the campaign, 1 A 't>G "The Secretary (of Housing Ftyrlda's<< eng'4ieerlng\ depart- and received a Bachelor's Decree -
s
'& patrnt untruth in the first place. while the "New Nixon" remainson ef, .YO. r. zyM \ 4 ,,,,. { kt7p, 0.t and Urban Development shall mecriis equipped to .teach and in Civil Engineering from n
make flood insurance availablein do special ,studies on a graduate the University of Florida. Since
"If I'd known that I'd be cast higher plane aloof from the a
as a
only those States or areas level. I believe there are 1Mb. he has been employed in
the Joe McCarthy of 1968 I'd have type of smear tactics that he used (or subdivisions thereof) which only,) a few consulting; engineering the Water Resources field, and

turned five somersaults to avoid Against Helen Gahagan Douglas :riALI ? he has determined have ((1) firms In the United States has worked for the U. S. Gen

it,".Coy Agnew said. and others in winning his early staffed to do a comprehensive logical: Survey in Ocala; the .U.S. (

But his good resolution lasted victories in California.But t, study of the flood.problems> in Army Corps of Engineers In
,:: f( Bradford County, Ga. and is now employed -
Savannah :
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just about forty-eight hours. .In Gov. Agnew, in his own 25 Years
Ago Who then is to give counties as a hydraulic engineerwith
another abortive attempt to show blunt manner, is apparently a long pN such ,as .Bradford the answerto the Federal Power Commission

that the Vice President is also way from mastering the technique : El By'Alice McOorvey t their ,problems?_The answer in Washington, D. C. w
"soft on law and order" Gov. that'made the "Old Nixon" such ,' la one of theFederal agencieswith Hi is married to the former

Agenw resorted to the old Joe'McCarthy a formidable campaigner. ) many competent, engineers )Annette Green daughter of' .A..

technique of quoting' the For instance when the "Old Although it was .not called! In the water..resources of En .L. Green of Brooker.)

victim out of context. Nixon" was going afterPresident, "Head Start." the county Dad a .

Humphrey, he charged reflected Truman, Adlai i Stevenson, and i children federal-aid In program the county for 25 young years 1A1tjoA'aXC01i0uQ MQtAMUUnOM, ; MMXJRAMa : ,
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the "permissiveness" of the Ad Dean Acheson in the 1952 cam ago. '

ministrationwhen he said back in paign he did not specifically call 4Q
The program was really)) a '
1966: "If I were living in the slumsI them traitors. He merely said they i. ; ; t J 1 R nursery for children of work- : 1.1'C o :
"traitors to the ii in mothers and Included ,
think you'd have had a little were high princi- .w ? pre-

move trouble than you've bad -already ples in which many of the nation's school age children ,,from two '.'

because I've got enough Democrats believe." Could he helpit The Great American PastimeFfARMER'S years to Lex six Green year olds.. obtained Congressman ) : topicsBf '

spark left in me to lead a mighty if the ward "traitor" was em- the federal funds ($9,156)) which

good revolt under those condi- blazoned in the headlines as it were to be matched locally\ bya ,
tions." naturally was? Yea-the,."Old Nix- DIARY small fee for each child "'- C.'WCLl. ;

The Governor conveniently chop; on" knew his way around in the Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, County ......... ..... '

ped off the beginning of. Humphrey's foggy realm of innuendo, and it Refreshed by a restful vacation Best that anyone interested In Superintendent of Public Instruction -
statement thus eliminatingthe took him far. both down at the Gulf and the problem take a long hard was In charge of the Many people outside thera.lcs clues which may at least alert
at home, we are ready to look at the maps before jumpIng .,child-care centers which included : of America's, got million tht physician to the likelihoodof
spirit in which it was delivered. But up to now Gov. Agnew tackle our Jobs with renewed to any conclusions two nurseries for 60 preschoolers alcoholics have the mistaken a difficult withdrawal period.

He also carefully ignored the hasn't been able to get away withit vigor. We spent the first week and two nurseries of Idea that most alcoholics are 1. The.float Is age. Many

last of the statement, which con- down at Indian Rocks Beach, You often hear :It said that 55 for school-age children. Each "dope fiends" and vice versa. types of serious withdrawal appear -
demned violence and supported Our advice to him: If you don't and enjoyed fishing and swimming M Bradford County is flat and sc'iool was to have a supervisor Actually, Judging from the ex- to become considerablymore

strict law enforcement. want to be cast as the Joe McCar- but were disappointed to that there is "no place for the at least two teachers a perience of Florida Alcohllc frequent after age .35.
Dick and maid and a cook to begin with
find that the famous
-A water to go. While it Is true Rehabilitation Program, there Thereafter the complications
thy of 1968.-don.t talk like him. Millie's restaurant at Johns that the county is relatively and other,employees a4ded as are relatvely few alcoholics who appear rather rapidly within

Pass has been. closed. flat :It Is also true that we necessary. The -children were use >major narcotics such as the. next five years.
Mission Not S are at a comparatively high! to be provided with lunch and morphine, heroin and other opi 2. The second the drinking t
. AccomplishedAn The place, which featured ex elevation and that if proper supper when necessary a rest ates. pattern. The person who drinks
cellent sea food dinners, has By Sam McGarveyservice drainage was available the period a story hour and a play "We get very few of these at every day and particularly the
audit criticism received trac- been taken over and turned In- water would off in a short ,period. The health of each child "
leveling heavy quotations were on station attendants. go FARP. says Dr. Helen Williams one who sips around< the clock
at the State Road Depart- tor mower purchases on individual to an Italian restaurant and time. was also taken care of. medical director for the Is decldely) more likely to have
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while the cuisine be excellent -
ment was released last week, basis but purchased in substan- who wants spaghetti may when While down at the Gulf we Four local women graduatedfrom Program.: "And out of the small physical disturbances when alcohol -
However, that's one of the
number who have come, even is discontinued than the
charging that expenditures for tial quantities, and gasoline pur- he has taste buds all set for dug some funny-looking creations dangers. For while we have the Red Cross Motor Corps fewer have stayed for the full patient who drinks. periodically))
non-highway purposesprimarilyfor chases by use of credit cards were shrimp a la Maderla. Another : known as "sand fleas"for periods of heavy rainfall :It Is training school. They were cycle of treatment. Thus, we .
home 3. Of course, the longer the
bait and returning
;the-erovwnor ice-totaled made in large quantities at retail night, though twe had a fine -tktrtfind, on-ont nsescectly: -.also true that.we have extended awarded certificates from Judge haven't really)) bad enough alcoholics drinking bout and the larger...,,-
than $17,000 month. prices during the audit period.In sea food dinner !including a droughts and if the countyis E. K. Perryman who was chairman who use the major narcotics the'
more a delicious fish chowder, at a what: they are, They look like a of the local Red Cross the quantity consumed
too well It
drained might dry
Among other things the report another area, the report said restaurant at Johns Pass beetle of some sort, but that In such times. Chapter. to" make an accurate state- greater the difficulty experlen-

said that during the 1966-67 fiscal the internal auditor had found in- wes as close as we were able up. The graduates were: Miss ment. ce'! In drying out.
This Is not to there Isn'ta
year, the Road Department fur- stances of improper and personaluse The second week we spentat to. determine.In. our. search. Thus some sort of drainage Sara Reed, Miss Delia Rosen- lot of misuse say of drugs by 4. Other physical Illnesses.

nished an airplane to the governorat of state equipment but that home, reading and relaxing. controls are :Indicated such as berg iMrs. T. H. Osborne, and alcoliollos. But when it comes to particular cardlvascular, res-
attempt Meanwhile here at home, the Mrs. Glen Duke. :Miss Reed was pUatory, renal, hepatic or pancreatic
Sam made a half-hearted low, level dams, according to which the
cot of $51,832.96. employes involved were allowed to the major narcotics
a at working I in the yard, county Is drying out from the the experts. But the $64 question the captain of the unit and each with disease present serious
"We: have not been shown resign and further action was farmers public usually associates
anything no recent flooding and the
but the mosquitoes were so is where the money Is to come member was required to serveat problems when they complicate
staffers
of record which would indi- taken by the department. numerous\ and fierce that he are getting things in shape for from for building a drainage least 50 'hours each year. have dope addiction seen very, FARP little use of alcohol withdrawal.

cate that the use of this plane and Concerning construction contracts retreated Indoors to allow his setting berry plants. But every system and a serles of controls? Both men and women were ele- these by its patients. 5. The accompanying long-

expenses therefore were in connection the report said that in- bite-bumps to subside. Wecainot hoping one is watching that we don't the get weather a hur glble. One common problem sharedby term use of a sedative or atar-
with the State Road Depart instances were noted where remember a time when both alcoholics and narcotics act'e' drugs with alcohol makes
supplemental ricane rain which would be disastrous And as far as that Is concern
mosquitoes have; been as bad The war had caused a shortage detoxlcatlon difficult.
( ment business," the audit said. agreements were exe- as they were during the past at this time. ed. funds must also be made of pulpwood! the United addicts! Is withdrawal. Most
The department's internal audi- cuted after the work was performed several weeks. available for the maintenance States and 27 states which were alcoholics undergo various sym Additional information on
of In the of .such system for as well ptoms during the time the alcoholism is always availableto
Speaking drainage any
law which askedto
December state
tor"issued a report on contrary to requires pulpwood producers were blood alcohol level falls below FARP hasa
you upon request.
If all know, it is only
It to that as we a
county seems us the two and one-half
12,. 1957, the audit said which that the agreement be made And speaking of Insects, the the problem is tackled It matter of time before any meet the level to which they have become brand-new literature list

listed examples of non-highway in writing prior to the work.It "love bugs" were everywhere should be done on an area-wide drainage artery becomes clogged million cord jflerted shortage to Bradford the need habituated. which is "up-to-date and names

expenditures.: : said that "vague and Insuffi- and after a short trip ta town basis and with long-range benefits and must\ be cleaned out to County by a local was parade and a campaign According to Dr. Williams, every pamphlet available for
till! windshield: of Sam's little differentiating between the patient distribution Just\ send your request
Included were such items as $4- cient explanations" were noted for covered with in mind. We by no means restore its effectiveness In put on by the pulpwood
Red Wagon was who will Just\ have a hangover for the literature list orany
855 month for the salaries' of overruns and underruns and profess to kow the answers that respect the county's drainage companies and local producers
: per many messy! pests. According to the in the morning and the pamphlet/ to FARP'a In-
system ts like the roads
eleven employees assignd to the that both deficiencies in design expuits ,these bugs should be but Ical maps we have of the studied area topgraph-as a for- and highways'constant, problem aided by County Agent L,. T. one who will be critically ill formation Services Box 1147

governor's office; $3,340 for prison and discrepancies on construction gone soon, and we know they mer member of the SOU Conservation Dyer. remains difficult.Nevertheless Avon Park, Fla., 33825.

.labor used at the governor'smansion documents were found. Other criti- can't/ go too quickly to please Supervisors, and sug- The third War Bond Drive of there are a few

and/or the build- cisms too to World War D, in Septemberof
capitol were numerous men on
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ing in November that year; $600 and salad dressing. Another 1943 asked U, S. citizens to
tion.The good combination Is cooked or buy $15\ billion in cash value.
for, a four-year calendar for the adverse audit is not entirely -

governor's; office $50 for twenty- a reflection on the present ad- NEWS And NOTESFor minced away seeds chicken, onions livers and with cream car fl'j/,422 The\ Bradford as compared County goal with was the

four enlarged letters signed by ministration since it covered the cheese. Use seasoned butter second drive goal of 169000.:

Gov1. Kirk; $155 for eleven en- last six months of former Gov. Today' Homemaker wlt'i sliced\ luncheon-meat sand- The county had met that goal. Ix K,

larged photographs of Kirk; and Haydon Burns' term, and the first wiches. Season softened butteror Miss Jewel Howzex of Tallahassee -

$408.70 for telephone calls by two six months of Gov. Kirk's. By Martha Sue McCain margarine with chlvs, tarragon general field representative
of Eastern Area Staffof
the
administrative aides of Kirk. We do think it significant to County Extension parsley, mustard\ capers the American Red Cross
garlic, onion, chill sauce
The report said that several note however that contrary to the Home Economics Agent or cheese. said of the Bradford County "

weaknesses were noted in purchas- glowing campaign promises of that Student welght-watcheri who Red Cross Chapter: "Under" Its ,

ing'practices and procedures. It' shining knight of GOP conserva- park diet lunches will love this present leadership it has devel-
charged that some items costing tism, all of the '"evil practices" of CALLING CONSUMERSAs Most shoplifters appear to be sandwich. It satlfles cravingsfor oped Into one of the finest organizations "-
complain about basically honest people with an we have ever had.
those "ole debbil Democrats" have consumers something. sweet. is nutritious -
less than $1,000 but purchased on rising food prices, merchants unhealthy disregard for the "es- and low-calorie. She travelled In 25 Florida
The fillingof
a recurring basis were not bid not yet been corrected. also face 'special') problems that tablishment." They identify the diet-pack peaches, cream counties. -- .. .. "''0 ... .. _..... .".... ._ .. .'
necessarily affect prices. A ie- stores as part of the "establish cheese and cinnamon is
spread
cent Super-market Institute survey ment" They \steal to "get ev- toast Bradford County schools had By Lynn Hamlltoo: of Southern, Marine
on golden slices. Toasted
. Permissiveness; Makes A Sick SocietyToday's showed that shoplifting, employee en" for a tough steak or a white bread offers a sweeter, opened for the 1943-44 term

theft and bad checks as fender dented in the parking nuttier flavor than its untoasted with a severe shortage of boys ACTIVITIES DICTATE tin slippage.The .
--- critical problems for supermar lot. In the high school classes because
over-permissive society against society. counterpart one reason dieters PROPELLER SELECTIONA "standard" prop on the
is producing an era of "youthful Admitting that many private kets. Miss McCain, Extension prefer it. of the many young men propeller on a boat can bethought outboard shown in the dealer
Of the 766 major store who were serving their country
groups Home Economics stres-
Agent Two packages ((3 each) of like a transmission showroom la hardly standard for
oz.
who stress"individualism"
revolt nonconformity and drug practicing psychiatrists .
covered by the nearly In the armed services
survey
ses that when stores suffer American An unlikely the.
softened on an car. diversity of boating activities -
cream cheese ( ). 1 can
addiction according to Dr. R. V. would not agree one-third listed shopping cart losses due to theft, breakage or ((1 pound) diet-pack peach slices The faculty included: Foster comparison? According to engaged In today.,
director of the Duval Coun- with him Dr. Berry said "They thefts as a major problem. A these must be and M'sa'!
Berry' abuse, costs pass (drained and chopped), one- Shi Smith, principal the Evlnrude News Service, it Says Bill Spaeth manager of
ty Child Guidance Clinic. don't see the growing number of shopping cart cost approximately ed on to the conumer in the fourth teaspoon cinnamon. 12 Pearl Lewis Miss (Madge Mid- Is an easy way to explain the engineering at Evlnrude""Motors.
$40. Theft misuse\ or abuse form of higher prices. dleton.Mrs., N. N. Prevail. Mrs.J. function of propeller.The "The
Most American parents are us- disturbed youngsters lining the shcbs enriched bread (toasted), a day you buy your new
walls at Juvenile Court." can represent a sizeable In UN-BORE YOUR SANDWICHESAre 6'lettuce leaves. W, Brownlee, Mrs. H. C. use to which you put outboard start talking and
ing the soft approach, with a general vestment.It Rtloh: Mrs. Susie\ Moore, Mrs. your boat dictates the propelleryou thinking propellers. Explain to
!. acceptance of such revolts, He suggested that a person Is estimated that one billion you almost as tired of Combine.cream cheese, peaches Ernestine McRae. Mrs S. L. select as you would select your dealer the type of boat

Dry Berry warned. "The results "soon becomes sick within himselfif dollar* worth of merchandise feeding your family the same toast and slices cinnamon.each Spread on 6 Johnson, Mrs Ethel Biggs."MI'.. the right gear on your car. yon have and the type of activities -
; : top with lettuce
are" that we are molding aggressive he cannot get ''along' with his is stolen annually from 01.1! sandwiches as they are of leaf. Close sandwiches. Clarine Warren Mrs. Lucille When you pull loaded auto or you plan. If you enjoy high
food stores This is almost 2 percent eating them? Well here are Brown Mrs. Lois always, Mrs. a boat and trailer you drop into speed running you'll need extra
hostile individuals acting out family friends and the authority
some combinations you may Even youngsters with finicky W. B. Sewell Mrs. Willie Mae
of the total yearly retail a lower1 gear and the auto pitch, or If you're a water skiIng -
food stores sales in the U. S. not have gotten around to try- appetites will enjoy a vitamin- Denton, and Mrs. Kate Shep-- moves off with ease. The same buff you'll need one that
This amount is greater than imj: For example combine rich raisin bread sandwich pard. applies to propellers. delivers' maximum thrust (low
the net profit of 1.2 cent minced bacon with grated featuring a filling of peanut Demorest. Ii have heavy boat '
RID per Also Mrs. R F. you a a er pitch) as soon as you throw
,
The Bradford County Telegraph (think what a 2 per cent reduction cheese onion pickle relish, and butter, orange marmalade and M<-s. Dorcas Carver Mrs. Eva loaded boat or pull water skiers open the throttle."
o ESTABLISHED 1879 in your food cost would imyonnoise. Or how about grated carrots. The sandwich is Anderson Mrs. Ruble Mae Perkins drop the pitch ()like using a Make a few checks on your
mean over a year if theft couldbe sliced or chopped chicken or nourishing low-budget and safe Mrs. Julius\ Thorn, Mrs. lover gear) and the load will propeller during the season. A
: : E. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher eliminated!) It is believed turkey with cooked bacon blue for a lunch-box. Thelma Cooper Mrs. Josehine be lifted right out of the water.If bent or broken blade can seriously -
y that about one-half of the thefts cheese sour cream and mayonnaise Twelve slices enriched bread, Tucker. Mrs. T. H. Osborne. you experience excessive affect performance. The
G 0 Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Continously are by customers and onehalfby ? Have you ever tried butter, 1 cup grated carrots Mrs. Alice Evans. A. W. Bates. slippage or you exceed the warning sign is excesstvte vibration -

G// Ifs/ Under The Same :Masthead. employees, delivery men, deviled ham tongue or ham one half cup peanut butter, one- Mrs. Rose Cook. Miss Mae Her- maximum RPMs at full throttle or a slowing. down of
y,0 spread with green pepper, mus- fourth cup orange marmalade. long and Mrs. Blanchard Law. back off. speed.

etc.Forty per cent of the shoplifters tard and onion? Or chopped Butter bread combine carrots James Hobbs. from the Brad- On the other band if you Your marine dealer can re-
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office
apprehended were under beet with green pepper mustard : peanut .butter..aad.aiaun- ford-Clay .Health Department have w light boat: and the propeller par' most nicks tmd dents. If it
at Starke. Florid under of Mirrtt aNt 1S79.Hubarnprton onion and miyonnilw! ?
Act 17. Twenty per cent were from iiliulo. Spread mixture on 6 was the football coach cavltates when you start car.'t be fixed don't throw :It
In trade area: 1 year, ft no; 6 month!. 12.1\0 17 to 30. They represent botll Arid :interest to corned boef bread slices. Closu sandwiches. but he had difficulty finding out. increase the pitch of the away. Keep it aboard as a

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wcpensiva""'Gtnger Quill fly' Wednesday evening pr.yer'ser- Batita Fe. The occasion for the A
Atone- time' they were striking vice at which time they presented gathering was to celebrate Mr. ,
that!t flY'' time It touched the some of the needs and Dykes' birthday
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN 'Water,-*nd'' believe me it sure mission\ work. being done: In Mi', and Mrs. Lynn Hall, Mrs. .
Is fun when< thai: I' There will be a. Gospel Sing Dowllngr of ,Starke were Sunday ., :. h k.:ia
''Griffin's Lodge (east share at the Baptist Church on Satur- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs -
ByMike Santa Fa..report! a poor week day night at 730.: Plan now to : R. A. Brannen of Bedford Lake.
for fishing and business. Roy attend this affair and enjoy the We are happy to report that ,;.' .;. .a
Chitty x gulited only wie day all week. fine music! brought by the Norn! Dubb Carter 'was discharged .J ::1,1 <";.1
Phone 475-2171 Sunday.'he'tfulded\ John Bldow- Florida Singers as well as some' from K": Veteran's Hosptal: !In ,,,. # "tvrr.
..,, ski and 'they,caught 9 Bass Al- groups from our community. Oamssvlll last Wednesdayafter '.t, \' """ .
-- an Griffinr has been going to PERSONAIS spending more thai,: three ". : ; I
1'1 1 sports fans this is your never believed" 'Tor "a linfn-( the'pa&s In&Ue fie little lake. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Brookins weeks!! !' there. Although confined "
rolllng-sports-reporter with the ute. In fact :I was just hopingfor and! catching some nice speed have returned home after-visit 'tG'''his horn, he' is able to getup \tttrfVMtf
news. This week we're- going to a win much less by a big and bass on a jig with a spin- Ins their son and daughter Jn- und move about acid would '. ,'
tans a look at a few of the In- margin! The Gators had ,some toer on It* j) law,, Mr. and Mrs! Ray Brooms ; enloy having visitors. i
teresting football games that tough: breaks In the fame. Ca4' 15l1IPl l n's"'Camp (west shore and family in !Mineral s
took place over the weekend.Our usual) for instance. the--time Santa!F. also reported a pret Wolfs Texas, Ray left Sundayfor Mt. r nt"uy
Bradford Tornadoes were they had th* ball:'4th down:Jon tT.'badlweek.. Those fishing Dallas for 'Vietnam, where INOTUR:
looking fine the otlyr night ac the 2 yard line,and the receiver' from 7 Starke, were: Mr. and he will serve in the Air" Control ''The Board of County Comml.- ,
cording to severaP friends of; stepped out" of bounds on the Mrk. Herman(kjelger and Jerry Service in a civilian capacity. '. .10..era( Uiudftml I County, b9or .nl
mine and really opened the I 1. However thY finally got"'toI 'aft\i Sltaron! burse caught 44 Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker hill requitHl. wale'. .,. \hide fi-n un",
(1) "ew' Brawler' iVI''" front ?nd .
season right with a time ((26-0)) I Inn and won It with Just 3 or 4 specs. Those fishing from Gainesville spent the weekend !in Cullman load"r" to be "pen..d Supt. 27 atII COme see the cars !, -'ICr'r-
victory over Macclenny. Be- minutes lefts, by a 23-20 margin. were: Mike Levine AU' where they attended t.e + u.; "r r 11,65: In the.; braAG.rdCounty 'StarkeF
sides! a shining offense that i I Also, our Florida. State Seminole caught"40'3pcs' ; Mr. and Mrs. Fowler family reunion. jpl mil. ort".d Cnurthoune, for irildtt. will
scored 6 touchdowns (even, s won over Maryland 2414. Lewis! Poutrle caught 85 specs: Recent visitors of Mr, and use .Caterpillar: Loud.T' :Mo- look ,
i though 2 were caU-l back), the This! weekend we have an old 'Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ferrl had Mrs. Wes/ Griffin: and Phil were d'In.p.t t| 1)05)'Mi>n whlih at 1he run maintenance hn i seen fi>r With the come-closer ."
defense was displaying! some rivalry comttig up; Florida and 50 specs 'and bream i From the Chrlstofer Stevenson ot Hhltp. Bradford County Mumitilto: .

I flat. action again't the 'Macclen- Florida Stat,:. This game Is always Jacksonville' '. were: Mr and LaCrosse Control flOatlon". Htarlto may ,he ForiIa.t..cuBtl I 'M f[>>ram..L- .y ?_. p.p-- .. ".,,,,,.........,,,1-' .a.., -.-.... .ww \. .... '... '\"" .' 11<" .
If the Tornadoes' 'Jtfa'Rlctards' !' 35 L: Denis (Buddy) Roark, "' < .
| | up the good work (barring! In. comes: later in the "..eason.I specs and bream, and Blly Kll. who is stationed at Camp Le Brnnford County Mosquito Con- I J', "" ,? .S.1a
Juries' which ruined them last guess they don't want to hive crcast had 30 specs. June N, C.. spent the weekend iro',, Sturke Florida! >It/lft>, 2t B/20 v t. .'.<' 1- .' ... .'$--", "t.">"".\'' ",, .
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season, they should have a to wait so hats to see who'll toWfeh.'BrVint' and Mr. Coker with his parents' Mr. and Mis t; ;. : _.J.- '" : ,.
much better year this time win tale: !' year.. 'Jacksonville caught some Roy Roark. ; ."K.... : ,,' : I'. .. ,. ",. .;, ... /- ". I '
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| around.In Now let's take a look at the ;nice specsorr: the brushplles tn Airman Aidel B'annen ot' tif''ki arl : .i- t .. <; JI: 'J
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\ college football, the Florida fishing! reports around\ this Santa Fe Sunday. Montgomery, Ala. spent/ las f > i e 4 ),,;: ,,' ",') -i" 'nn.
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1 Oat rs pulled another, one of area. To tell the truth. they're 'Pete '&at.t911 of ,Santa Fe weekend here with relatives and r. :...V', ."(", -' 't" '
their!: "last,minute victories over pretty sad this week and for Late: and Charlie Morris or lends. While, here Ardel celebrated !' ';., ,!',>:. ot Ir I- ,, q.n
I I HoUton- Texas went fishing 'in his '19th birthday I ,, (" -' "
Air Force. The Gators were logical reasons that can't be :t .
I favored by as much as 3 or 4touch found. I caught quite, a few off the Wacstwswua River ana Mr.'and Wes!! Grill.n and Phi: }" ,,,' -,. 'j'I ;
(: downs by some but I from: our dock last week bn a caught, "a few;:but they weren't 'anti: Nathan Green enjoyed the I I st ':,. ';,I. r' '; <,;,".....,..". .
P.'w M. sMli b.ring very good. Gospel S .III at Highland Bap. I ,"'v .... a ,
.0_ Y a know( boys, it won't be too tilt Church on'Saturday night. # >I<1" ...;..
terribly,long before those! ole Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sm'th' and : : ......
i DEED READY wo, {will 'tart: biting drifting family:! of Jacksonville: a>nd Mr. '..'4 :. .,MMur
aga1'I'' am just wa'tlng' for and Mrs, Calvin,Toye of Ocala ,. .. ,..,.
tha''. Tay-ca\JS9 I really enjoy 'Were Sunday guests of the.r I Ask '!I\I"\ "' j,.M.....
drifting for specs especially parents tM J., Q. Adkl.is. :. (>4'
CASH when they're biting good like Those from Hampton attend!! CharleyE. I
M SCE they should. As I've mentioned 1n15 the wedding of Elaine
before specs"are being caughtnow ,Smith and Mike Peebles: In .pJ.a: .,...
on Jigs w:th .spinners Starke on Friday night were., .. .w r
For Back toTIME Thtie's really no tellin' how in addition to Mike's: mother,I' John.
many ways there Is to catch Mrs. Mary Esta Peeples and I
t the rascals and they are de- !his sister Sherry were the I a.b.M.wn+..armm.n.,., nni.wx. .,, eaMwn. .nw,. .cm.,. ..m., .. .',M-, elrw.llVlew.
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School .
Needs?
licious. ',Foster Lott family including New top-ot-tlie-Iine Olds 88: Delia 88 Royals n-
About This Question:
T guess it's time to sign off their daughter Frances from t1.. 5r"i/ t ; ,
.CLOTHING FOR THE CHILDREN now for another week since Gainesville; the Wes Griffins; "Doctors, dentists, chiro- i' \.l v ro.n'a
REGISTRATION FEES there's no more news and I Mrs, Thelma Adklns: Mr. and practors, beauticians-any- '!" 8Y're M your Otdsntoblle\ dealer's right now. panoramic windows. say,nothing of a Rocket I ,,,art
Mrs. Lester and .
have to I'll McCullough .
nothtnaelse say. So their Zina Beth one who performs professional Captivating cars like this all-new Delta 83 Royalsyoungmobila 455 V-S.They're all standard on Royale, along
say, "Good-bye and !good )uck. granddaughter
OR VACATION EXPENSES CAN BE Young; Steve Varnum; Debbie treatment to the human thinking in a big, beautiful package. with all the new GM safety features.There's evev '.....

CONSOLIDATED INTO ONE PAYMENT Hawkins and Ada !Mae Thomas I body, Is vulnerable to Sportier looking vinyl top -that's youngmobila an Ingenious anti-theft"device'to keep your Delta '5? )
Also attending the weddng:
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HAMPTONBy Nelson Carter formerly of claim of malpractice by thinking. Longer,easier riding 124-Inch wheelbas* &8 Royale your.. !:! Delta 88 Royale.'Stop'ln a oP'that' .
Come See Us! Hampton who now resides 1 in<< clients. Is Professional Liability See 1W p.u4-
Tampa. insurance supplied by youngmoblle thinking. So Is the custom pin- ail the cars with the eome-iilOser I look. < a'r .

We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile Mrs. Mary Williams Out-of-town guests attending the Charley E. Johns Agency "ftripfog.'Thb sldb fender louVers.The no-vent They're on display and waiting (for you right now" ; lit?.-.

the wedding of Mary Lou Cooper to protect practitioners \.' .44
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Purpose NEWS and Fred Peeples on Saturday from nil such forms of liability .
CHURCH
evening were Mr. and Mrs ?" Escape Irom the ordinary at your OJdsmoblte clealer s: :
Six ladles of the Baptist .
Avery Slade and family of Max.
r $25.00 TO $600.00 Church WMS met Tuesday Toronado,anety.EightDeJta 88 ..
vllle; Mrs. JoAnn Forsyth of .....
morning at the home of Mrs Charley E. Johns GnU
Stirke: ; and Mrs. Cecil White.
4.4.2 Cutlass.Vista-Cruiser.
.. TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Dot>> Hill Those observing the head of Kingsley Lake. Agency ,
Season of Prayer for State Missions -
The Charles Hicks family
were Edith Kennan Betty dinner 131 S. Walnut St. _eo Isewna 1 II.; ..
226 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7449 Hayes. Florence Jones JoAnne were guests on Wednesday
of JoAnne's parents Mr.
Hicks and Shirley Hamel. The PHONE 964-5070
and Mrs. J. L. Dykes of Lake .' ; : ,"I.
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PRICED FOR A QUICK Come First Served. All Sales Cash and Final-No Deliveries.CLOSEOUT RO P,E ,::0'.".

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STORE HOURS 8:00 TO 5:00 P. .--CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS -

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ONLY 1 Gal I Directions: Turn North al "
$$5.21 "4":
SCREWS and* DOLTS Blinker Light; off Hiway 100 FLUSH DOORS :

TOOLSALL on the Right Y2 Mile Out
REG. 28c PKG. CHOICE $ : 1ia
BOLTSNUTSWASHERSNow r Hiway 21 eo $5.50


Vs OFF ONLY2 1 .o REDUCED 6 FT. ALUMINUM VALUES TO $8.50 4'1..


Reg. $15.75 /z" Drive Deep STEP LADDERS CABINET HINGES PADLOCKS MI.
6 PC. ELECTRICIANSSCREWDRIVERS
GALVANIZED PLASTIC. BUTT HINGES DOOR LOCKS ...

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST FIRST ASSEMBLY!\ OF GOD I CALVARY n\r1'IST I LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

STARKE OF STARKE I Sunday ticnoul: Hi *' IIIMom1l1Jo1 CHUIICIII

Sunday Church.. School, n'41, I West Weldon" St. and Raiford Wor&hlp. 11 a. m I Sunday School lOa. m
Morning Worship: 11; MYF. Road Traint i tJ1 on. 6:30: p. ;a>
|I Morning Warship 11 a. m.;
Snack Supper) 6 p. m., MYF Evening Survlce 7:30.: Prayer
I Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.I I I Evening Wot ship 8 p. m. I
Meetings 630.: Evening! WorMn 'I Meeting Wednesday 7:3Pp. : (
Worship Player Meeting Wednesday
Morning :
with special Fifth Sunday 11:00: a. m. I
m.-Rev. a. U. Butler
Musical Program 7:30.: 1 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: 1 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at f I t Yu< a ;
Tuesday WSCS Executive I p. m. Evangelistic Services. I I pastor. p m. Rev. Harvey Lan, pa* Q

Board Meeting. 11-30: ; WSCS Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid-I DKDAN BAPTIST CHURCH tor. ,
with Week Prayer Meeting. I
General Business Meeting
BROOKER K'\'(:SI.F.I.. KIn.U''fI'f
Charter Celebration and Covered Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. -I :, UllKCH;

Dish Luncheon 10. ( Si'n.ta\ School lOA.. m., I
Wednesday Younger ChI!- Morning Worship 11 ... m. i Sunday School 0:30: a. m.
dr n'a Choir Rehearsal. 3 p. m: j! CIIURCII OF GOD Training Union 6:30: p. m.,' Turning Union 10:15: a. m. MADISON STREET I
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study !Evciimx! Service ::30. Rev. ;Mc.'iilng Worship: 11 a. m.
422 N. Clair St., Statke BAPTIST CHURCH An
,- 7:3,0.: St. Lacy Conway past/or. Ev:nl.tg: Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid- In"estmentVnl (Your FutureAI..ill'
Thursday Chancel Choir Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- I we I" Prayer: Service Wednesday Sunday School: 9:45: a.. m.
Rehearsal 7:45.: ,I ship Services 11 a m. and NORTH SU>n: BAPTIST 70:: p m. Come let us warrp Morning Worship. 11. Youth
:Friday Older! Children's 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, cm.ttclI: sh: tOBCt'ier. Rev. Allen Choir Practice 4:30.: Youth Pellowsnlp CIIICmThIll .PTf
7:30 m.-Rev. L. S. ,
Friday
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Choir' Rehearsal, 3:30.::: 1 i p Located nn IS.ivlcHs 111/'luv.iy' Puce pastor. Supper. 5:45.: Training
"" DcWltt T. Farabee. Jr.Pastot Williams pastor. [ISR 25J J nt Rairnrd Rued Union. 6:15.: WMU Prayer Cir ;
: I I ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL (St 101. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: cle.7:13. Evening'''Worship, 7:30.:

y Services! : Sunday School. 10) STARKE 'Monday-RA meeting 6:30. vrr m r rAr
HOrfc: BAPTIST CHURCH I I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH a. m.; Sunday::! Morning Worship TuesdaYCircle\ 1 meeting % rGl.+iYlirNGfrrir tv.Vv:{.yril
Sunday: School, 945. Morning
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[tlllghway 100 at TheressaJ I Sunday School:: 10 am.; 11 a. In.: Training Union, Worship at 11; sermon, "A 9:30.WednesdayPrayer: } /ttihp
6:30: p. at.: Evening Service meeting
Morning Worship 11 a. m; ,
Wcskman That Needeth Not Be
Training Union-6:30: p. m.
Morning Worship-11 a. m. Evening!: Worship .7:30: p. m.; 7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service.Wednesday. Ashamed" New River Assoc 7:30.: Church' Choir' Practice OUTMODED EQUIPMENT xif ;;;$
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m.. 7:30-Rev.: Glenn iation Executive Board meeting 8:30.: ;
Sunday School-10 a. m. *
Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. Wednesday-Rev. J C. Hes Lawhon pastor. 2:30: p. m. Training Union 615.: Thur8day'SUDbea.m1J andGA's p
Wednesday Night Prayer ters pastor Evening Worship 7:30: ; sermon 3:30.:
BAYLESS HIGHWAY
Denton Sumrall. Pastor
Servces-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH. Foolish.; "Penny" Wise and Pound young! man certainly won't get much real' fsgaa ;1

Paclcham paicor. Sunday School 10 a. m.; HEILBRONN'BAPTIST cleaning-;done with this broom. A modern street '.';
Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Morning Worship Service 11 Tuesday WMU Executive cteanlngmachine would do the job so much better 2 .
LABEL MAKERS from School. 11:00: a. m. Morning a. m.t Training Union 6'30 Board/ meeting 10:30.:11:15.: Cover.WMUF"'ei'ai CHURCH IUWAY 19 N.' His straw broom makes us think of how we try i I
$3. 5- Bradford County Tele Worship, 6:00: p. m. Tralnlna p. m.; Evening Worship: 7:30: program
graph. Ph. 064-6305. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer p. m. (ed D'si! Luncheon 12 ,noon. Junior Sunday School; 9:45 ''a. m. &to get along without God, without spiritual }., {,
I Choir Practice Sunbeams, 11. Training values without'church. Our life would be d .
Services. 1st and 3>*;d Wednes- Prayer Meeting, Wfl., 7:30: Morning Worship. so :::
3H'i: Primary Choir practice Union 6:30: p. m. Evening S r. much better if we would exchange this life
nlght-7:00 in. FamttvNight. .1 ,
: p. ; m.; O. A. Meeting.Vei ? Junior GA meeting 420.: f
Ii 7:30: p. m.: Choir Rehearsal.: vice 7:30.: :Midweek Prayer for one that k ows God and practices His e. ..1..
Wednesday S. S. Superintendents Service 7:30ev.: X.. Tommy
Union 7:00: p. m. Evening!: Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Erother- Cabnet! Meeting 6:30.: Howe pastor. precepts. Without church and God wa

i Worship. hood meetlnr. last MondayIn Prayer Meeting 730.: Church have little or:no spiritual equipment ADELS.1i .

acb month. Rav. David C'i'! Church of Jcsu" <1 Mst! of
Latter-Day; Sauus. Medelros. oo"torellVRCIi Tlunsday. WMU. YA. OA his people, working in His church, helping "}

1418 East Call St] OF GOO and Sunbeam Leadership Sunday School 10 *.. m., others through} the church all give us the Af}
Services. 422 N. st. Clair St., Starke. Course Lake Shore Baptist Morning Worship 11 s. m spiritual equipment we need for meeting i '
'CAMPAIGN Sunday School. 10 m. Worship CVjich' : Jacksonville 10 a. m. : t"t
Priesthood a. and 7 p m-&- Leland A.
8:45: ; Sunday life We invite to attend this
Take sandwich with Nursery ;you)
Services 11 a. m and! 7:30: a you. Baker .
partor.
School, 10:00: Sacrament p. m. Prayer Meeting will bo provided for work week and make.a habit of coming; x+:;
r. --lOOO 11:00.: ers. Thursday VMtatton. 10 to God'a houa \,
7:30 Rev.
: p. m.- Fr1daY'1
j Dean Branch Hansen President 984-6278 Shoupps.; Pastor --W. A. Hogan, pastor. a. m. and 7 1 p. m. ..-"

NEW RIVER BAPTIST '.wr
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Sunday School.. 10 e. >

Morning Worship 11 a. m. .'
Training Union. 7 m. Cve: ftie
p. .9'

I Chevrolet introduces 1969. fling Wednesday! 'Vomhlp.nlghIIfI'Vtne 4 p. !p .'. afl


7:30: p m Everyone welcomeL. TIM UliHll, ll ft*'! .,,,,,,1.'" 0f My Iff "Mill'"
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Caprice. Match this you other 69'sl.! CHURCH OF CHRIST h aN kw ar 'NIns hit .01._. N'IneN. 'r

: There is no joy the;land of our competitors today; new variable-ratio power steering, liquid tire chahl Sunday: Bible Study 101 I "iMl'" ffftMrtlaf. .. .lose.. .....!tot, lie|owttIIMI O -. v4.N
But let us ask you this. you can apply to your rear wheels at the touch of a 1&. m.; Morning Worship and .. .wM" w ..., of Mr. will .a.n L. .,me w
Should we have made Caprice shorter instead of button? Communion Service It a.. m I r ,.-....... .dw.. .ir..daM wMJ ..held is : ,QyRy ,rroel4; 4y4 y.:
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the Chevrolet built? Or adorned it with Should have less Instead of the J"
longest ever we given you power, Evening services flOO. ,, k r q
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flashy nicknacks to make it look leas expensive? largest standard V8 in its field? J.
Wednesday Worship .MM.. dad e...MM.. Hti tl.MM., ..II....1 l klmmm -
Just because competition doesn't should we not Some people think so. ice '. p. a. Minister letV-r lilt ad IoItj ""'"fr. MraJ. awl. ......... :fit d }s S
have offered washers to clean headlights Our competitors.
you your Ben. .ayp, .ia. ...d.I.MadpIdp.I... ,:J(
'69 Caprice Coupe I .IM 000nII 5.._ .A. "III IM' h.a' I }+yr;

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New! will tri Mm. ,h.. n llvi .. u dilli 01 i; "' kr:4:
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I Schedule of services: aim- -* -- 4:4w

day School. 9:45: a. m Mcm ttlmm Ad. tw.

L Nw or l.cufnq". ing Worship. '0:49: a. m. :
_. Training "nlon', 0:48: p. 'm.: : ..-

Evening Sen/to. 7:49.: MJd-'
Week Prayer Service Wed '
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II I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE

I Sunday School 9:46: a. m.

II Morning Worship, 11 .. m. i GULF} SERVICE SERVICECarl

Youth) 6 m,
h.-z- TeUowshlp p.
% Hurst Phone 961611124HR.
Bill Edwards Ph. 961-7231
fractlc
I Choli Wednesday U-HAUL. RENTALSTruck

8 p.m. Tire Tru-ing
R v. Robert D. Burch. Trailer i f
-a Headlight Adjusting
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') RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH
Complete, Lubrication
+ ., Brake Service
Schedie:; of services! : Sunday 'Minor .
( fi. School!, 10 a.m. Worship 11 Tune-Ups ...-.. Wheel Balance and

arm and 7:30: p.m. Training WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
i. Union 6:30: p-nv Rev. Jack IOU| N. Temple Avenue
Stolte pastor.KINGSLEV / HI way 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
PHONE 964.5899
r ty tt f, LAKE BAPTIST '., ... !410 S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs
..
r CHURCH 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Ss Morning Worship 11 a. m. STARKE BUILDERS

Training Jnlon 6:19: p. '".-. J _.
; i\ Evening Service 7:30: p. m'j SUPPLIES, Inc. "\\ LAWSON
; y : Midweek Prayer
MEAT MARKETAND
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Comelet OF STARKE INC.
Featuring Ace Hardware ,
us worship together. Rev.
Y rs Allen Price, pastor. Paint COLD STORAGEWe
Complete Supplies
; Buffet Lunch $1.23
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Specialize In Custom Slaughter-
a and Sporting Goods: 11 A.M.to2P.M.\
Sunday Senooi. lo a. m log Cutting and Wrapping...-
Morning Worship 11 .. D "Check With Us First"
Pre-Serrioes (Booster band Buffet Dinner $1.755P.5I.to9P.M. I Prepared for Defy p'reese

YOUng Peopl SJM. Pray 219 Washington St. 96 -5270 \ WHOLESALEAND

Service. 6 p. a). Kvenln

Worship 7 w m. MidweekService U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL
Wednesday.: 7:30: p
Phone 961-7059!)
m. E. R. Bowers. D O pastor.
FLORIDA
UOATDRAIN BAPTIST' '
CHURCH STARKE > DAD & BRAD SALES

Sunday School 10 a. m. EST NEW METHOD
Morning WorshIp 11 a. m. MODULAR HOMES

Training Union 7 p m. Evening ONTROltonwouca. CLEANERSUnder
Worship.: 8 p. m. Prayer 24-Ft. Wide
Meeting Wednesday 8. p m.-. New OwnershipYour
Rev. Virgil Lovett. pastor. Also 12-Ft. Wide
Certified Master
SMYRNA MISSIONARY I MOBILE HOMES

BAPTIST CHURCH 539 E., Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers ,and Traveltrallers Dry Cleaner

63.: W. Pratt St. Sundae Free Moth-Proofing -
Phone 96 .57.as for
FREE
Keystone Heights
services: Sunday School 10a. Free
Pick-Up and Delivery
m. Preaching.! 11 a. m.
Inspections! and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-1320
Training Union 5:45: p. m. 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5701
Evening Worship, 7 p. m

Everyone welcome *- Elder

A. Q. Flynn. pastor. I WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery


FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUR"JI
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Sunday Services: Sunday
School 9:49: a. m. Morning
Worship. 10:49: a. m. Evening: Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed '

Service 6:30: ;p. m. Midweek Keepsake' Diamonds Title
Problems GAS AND OIL
Service Wednesday 1:15: p
m. Charles Reese ministerST. BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.

'69 Camaro SS Sport Coupe, plus KS equipment MARK'S EPISCOPAL 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance S. 301 South Starke
I
.Who needs to say"announcing"or"new". Standard V8 is 210 hp. SS engines available up to ..CHURCH. STARKE Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 961-5312
Sunday eervlcea:
The} Hugger. 325 hp. For added SS appeal: sport striping; power
And just look how it nil hangs together. No ginger disc brakes; wide oval road-hugging tire! 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist
bread anywhere. Your Chevrolet dealer offers this advice: 9:30: a. m. Church School. [ 1 CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
iO:30( Family Service ,
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a.
We've improved the interior too. Quieted the ride. do; on, you other sportsters. Gnash your gears and
Made the Astro Ventilation ventilate better. look (Holy Euchairlst 1st and 3rd'' Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

The power range is very impressive. Maybe it will help. Sunday: Morning Prayer 2nd I
and 4th Sundays) Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911
first keeps us first
Putting you ,
J. Thomas Staah, Rector
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE rLAIE GENEVA ,



STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPT. 20, 1908 .SECTION 3 PAGE 1 ';

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ken! was 9-hole winner. rrw.T .YVnTyyvyyyyn1 was also visiting her parents, SALVATION ARMY Interviews Set
This Thursday, Sept. 26, the the Barrows'. SPEAKER AT ROTARY
Keystone WOA will sponsor NEWS NOTES INDIAN BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant The Salvation Army's public

Keystone HilitesBy their their annual hole Golf- By Helen Ec.n were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. relations! and ervlce unit director
a-round. with eight clubs being H Coker in Jacksonville, Saturday for Florida Daniel Biggs,,
(Lake taite FBy ) ,
night. Sunday the Cokers For
reuresented. The ladles will Clay County
JIM FOX I : monad H. ChlttyFk. wax guest speaker at the Keystone
play 9 holes of golf and then HOMEMAKERS: CLUB were visiting the Bryants at Heights Rotary Club
Please Phone in Your Items 473-4143 475-2111
The first fall meeting of the the lake.
convene in the club house fora luncheon Sept. 20.
Keystone Club of Clay County' ... .. Mrs. D. W. Carpenter and on
luncheon and their regular .& & && & && Mr. Biggs described te many
monthly meeting. Extension Homemakers Council Mrs. Dolph Reddish of Starke.
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS the new season. On October 3, the WGA will was held on September 18 Howdy Podnahs, this here'sya were in Jacksonville Sunday) facilities available at Camp of Liquor ApplicantsApplicants
Tbe "back-to-. chool" card Tentative plans are being ''ha\'... their second business in Clay Electric hall. The members ole country-levin' rolling-re visiting! :Mrs. Carpenter's sister, Keystone for the building underway
party, sponsored by the Key made for the dedication of the meeting for the new season. were pleased to meet Mrs. porter with the news. It looks Mrs. Helen Walker, who has youth, and about plans He
stone Heights Woman's Club on club's new building on Sunday, Team play will also be resumedat Imogene Rltenburgh, new county Ilk things are going to cool off Just had surgery. Mr. and Mrs for further expansion. for Clay County or in a jury room.
Friday, Sept. 20, was a most Oct. 6. Details of program, time this time.WCEKLY agent, who assisted Mrs.' just a littla bit now With the C. F. Shawvers of Alderson, W. also told of the SalvationArmy's liquor licenses will be personally The applicants will be roughly
enjoyable event. and directions to the new clubhouse SQUARE DANCES Mltta Loebeck In her demonstration exception of a few days, the Va. who have been visiting the Phenomlnal growth in Interviewed by Don Melkel. divided as follows: Orange
The four best dressed "etu- wUl appear In next Local square dancers, both on small electric ap weather hasn't been quite as Carpenters and Mrs. Walker, Florida. over the past 79 years. John, State Beverage Director Park and Green Cove Springs
dects" were Mrs. Harold But week's column.DUPLICATE the novices and experienced pliances. hot lately. Although it's certain have returned to W. Va. to on October 1 and 2, accordingto areas on October 1, and the re-
ton Mrs. Leo LeBlano, Mrs. R. BRIDGE ones, will meet every Wedn.es- President Mildred Payton ly been warm enough to swim, clusc out their home and return 11 letters mailed to applicantsby mainder of the county on October
N Sunderland and Mrs. Ever The Duplicate Bridge Club dav at 8 p. m. in the American) opened the discussion of pro an*! run the air conditioners 'lie-e to live.Marvin UA B. K. Finley, District 3 su- 2, according to Finley who
ett Fox. Their .school outfits of sponsored by the Woman's Legion Hall. Professional caller grams and projects for the next You people may not realize, It. Faircloth has been pervisor for the Florida State said, however that applicants
i knee-high dresses pigtails! Club, meets every Monday Bill! Camp, of Jacksonville will few months. but it won't be a. very long time down working on his lake Beverage' Department. ,should follow the schedule given -
freckles: (home made) and bob evening at the Municipal Building Instruct and organize the dance Plans were made for the annUAl before we have to get those ole home, painting and repairing, -BAPTIST Three Keystone Heights applicants them in the letters they will
by socks were much admiredby Play begins promptly at routines. ''So there will be fun Fall Tour which had been heaters cleaned up and ready and finishing up filling his who were zoned out earl receive.
the rest of the class! 7:30: p.m.The for all even if you have never scheduled for J. Hillis Miller: fo:' winter. Well I'm sure that's yard. The James (Meeks1, Fred First Baptist Church Rev ler. were brought back into ell.blllty n addition Melkeljohn is sche-
Mrs. Albert Bachmann. chairman club would like to wel do-st-deed your partner I Medical Center in Gainesville, enough of that kind of talk, so Thlemans, and the Don Ritchies Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday on September 10 when the duling conferences with county
and Mrs. Roy Bridges, come back the players who Memberships are still being but due to change in time, let's look at the news. were all down over the weekend School 9:46: a. m, Worship Keystone Council approved a and municipal zoning board
co-chairman, wish to thank) have returned, from their sum accepted by the group. If you some clubs were' requesting I a I "Good News" Last Tuesday also. Services. 11 a. m. and resolution establishing 400 feet spokesmen for 9 a. m. on Octo-
their commIttee Mrs. John mnr vacations. are interested, please contact change. Local members and my mother Cricket went to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James'' 7:30: p. m. Training Cnion. as the distance requirement instead ber 1, upon conclusion of which
Bird. Mrs. P. Fraher !Mrs. B.Greeson Last week's winners were: Mis. Clyde Ashton. friends! interested In attending Gainesville) and picked up Mrs were In Tampa Saturday, and 8:30: p. m. Nursery open for of the 2,500 feet set by the interviews with applicantswill
Mrs. W. Beam, Mrs. First place with 22 points Mrs I1KKE: N THERE may call Mrs. Payton regardIng Ida: C. Whitehead from Gainesville attended the Florida Gators-Air all services. state law. The three Keystone begin
L. Clark, Mrs. O. Baker and< William' Terry and Mrs. Pat Local students enrolling at the place and time, and she Extended Care and Nurs- Force Falcons football game. ; applicants are George LaRue, "All preliminary investigations
Mrs. B. Bowen for their assist! Pro her; second place with 21 FSTT this fall include Carol will arrange for transportation. Ini Home. She has been there Jack and Lou Miller spent the I -COMMUNITY CHURCH Insurance agent; Walter (Bill) will have been completedby
ance. The club would also like point, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stephenson. Kay Sunderland A .workshop for the annual for the past six weeks, and was weekend In Jacksonville, with Sunday School, 9:40: a. m, Scales, grocer; and James the dates of the interviews"
to extend appreciation to all Orollck: and tied for third Linda Lee Anthony Norma Val bazaar was scheduled for St. sure glad to get back home. On MAC and Betty McGowan. Joan Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Eland, of Beldler's Holiday Finley said. "After the Interviews -
who attended this first event of place with 18 points, Mand ldejuli, Lorraine fey Stephan Augustine, when Christmas bells the way home, they stopped in Miller spent the weekend in Nursery at 11 o'clock service, Restaurant. are completed, the procedure
Mre.. Al Bachmann and !Mrs., Brokas Tom Gardner and and dolls will be the featured Melrose, and picked up her Sia- Gainesville, with her cousins, only. Rev Leon F. M11ner.J"Ut'r. State law requires a distanceof will be up to Mr. Meikel.
Arnold Larsen and Mrs. Joseph Kathy Williams project. mese kitten that we gave her., M.ke Jack and Barbara. Kellyat 2,500 feet between liquor establishments John."
Dey. WP have received Eric) Oar Mrs. Emily Ison and Mrs Sh* named him Glgl, and has; her grandmother's home. and churches
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS VALLDEJULI-MARTIN ber's address who I Is now stationed Ruby Coppock were hostesses really been having a time with Monday night, the Miller famIly -EPISCOPALSt. school, hospitals and other religious FOREST SERVICE
ENGAGEMENT/ ANNOUNCEDMr. him. "Welcome home to Mrs. at- Anne's Church :Rev
at Ft. Bennlns. He I Is the for the social hour. were In Gainesville, to organizations. A municipality FIRE REPORT
and Mrs. Jorge Vallde- Whitehead ana Gigl." She is. the William I. Jones Vicar HoJy
son of iMr. and Mrs. Charles; COMMUNITY! CHURCH tend a family dinner at has the right however, to Two fires with five acres burned -
juh, of Keystone Heights, an, doing fine, and would be before Communion 8 a. in. every
Garber of Nelson's Point. His Members are asked to begin very home of Mrs. Ruby Dyal reduce this distance, and the were reported by the Florida
nounce the engagemet of their happy to see all her friends. Service In Sunday. First Sunday' Holy
address is: Pvt. Eric Charles saving paper bags donations of Buddy Kelly left for local ordinance take precedenceover Forest Service in Bradford
daughter Norma Mayela to Friday, we had a real excit- Communion, 8 a. m. and 9:30a. :
rummage, and plan with your Cuba.I the state specified dis
1st
Gaiber: US 5370OTU Co. A., County during the week ending
Robert John Martin, son of Mr. inc experience on the home m. Second, third, and fourth
Bn.. 1st Bde.. USATC INF. 2d circle chairman when you will way hope most all of you people tance. Green Cove Springs es Monday. Since Jan. 1 there been
and Mrs. E. T. Martin of Key- from Starke. A car ran over a there's Sundays. Morning Prayer -
Pit.. Ft. Banning, Ga. 39105. work at the annual Rummage like football, cause tablished a distance of 300 128 fires with 934 acres burned,
DIRECTORYBEAUTY stone. Please be sure to drop him a Sale October 16 is in-gathering piece of plywood just as we going to be a lot of It for the 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer feet and Keystone Heights 400. with 100 fires and
as compared
Miss Valldejuli Is a graduateof line day. The place is the vacant were meeting him and it flew next couple of months. There's -Sunday, 7 p. m. Holy Days The three applicants< at Kings.
SHOP Keystone Heights School. She Keystoners were sorry to offices in back of McKay Real- directly into our windshield and mot much else to watch, especially will be announced. ley Lake who are presently in 809,8 acres burned during the
f Is currently a Junior at Florida learn that George Hall passed. : ty, and the time is 9:30: on burst It to smltherlns. Luckilywe when they start those tin running are Clayton Strick same period last year.

KEYSTONEBEAUTY State University and Is a member away at his home on Swan Ostoher 17, 18. 19. The chair were wearing our seat-belts, double-headers. Well, folks LUTHERAN land B. B. Ilelsabeck, and T. I
of Gamma Phi Beta soror Lal-e!!' Monday morning. man! Is Mrs, Don Wallace, and and (Mother managed to make a tlK-re'a no more news this week, Divine Worship, 11 a. m. E. Nail.A. .
SHOP ity.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Faster Howell the president! is Mrs. Roy Tur. quick stop without any of us and I don't want. to keep you Sunday. Holy Communion, 2nd Z. Adkins, Jr., of Gainesville KEYSTONEDrivein
:Martin la a graduate of getting hurt. You folks be care
StUtII Job..eq ow.. returned to Keystone this weekend ketc. away from the rest of the pa Sunday. Services held each is still zoned out by the
P K. Yonge Gainesville, and ful and watch for things lyingin about
The Board of Trustees will This week's poem is Zoning Commission since his
Personal & Creative Hair Styling after visiting with family per. Sunday' at St. Anne's Epis-
Every Form of Beauty attended St. Johns River Junior and! friends In Charlotte. N. C. met at 7:30: p. m. on October the roads, and keep those the football season that Just copal Church. William Wise, property' is less. than 2,500 feet Theatre
Culture Tues.-6at. 9-6: clo dNUR.'UmV College. He is now servingIn Wilbur McDaniel Is a patient 6, and the Board of Stewardsat SEAT-BELTS FASTENED!II 11 I started. I hope you don't think Vicar. from the Kingsley Lake Baptist
the U. S. Navy Reserve. in the VA Hospital, Gainesville 7:30: p. m.. on Oct. 11, Saturday night, Otis Meltonof I'm prejudiced or anything like Church.
A July wedding Is plannedfor W" wish him a speedy recov- EASTERN STAR Hampton, Ronnie Kirkland of that. Now, I'll close for this Flnley: said that Melkeljohn) is
I next summer. Staike, and I attended the Lord Fill., SAT.-SEPT. 27 28
ery. At the present. Wilbur Is The first fall chapter meeting week, BO. "May the good asking that all applicants, ,
O.C. Carnes Nursery NEWS FROM ST. ANNE'S not allowed visitors but he is win be held on October 1 with WQIK Fall Festival of Stars in bless and keep you all." Till first in line. whether or not previously
Mrs. Paul Watts has acceptedthe most appreciative of the flowers Worthy Matron Paddy Gllrie Jacksonville. Among the fine' nevt week Here's Leeon.LEEON'S So everyone pic ka team zoned out of consideration, The Private Navy
Hwy. 100, Florahoma gb9-tleb ; position of organist-choir Country Music Artists we saw CORRNER And settle back and relax.
and Worthy Patron Hector Own- come In and talk with him dur
.! cards that he has received.Mr.
H.r..rjr Stock Thousand master of St. Anne's. She Is a an bev presiding the "Grandaddy of Bluegrass "Football's Back" Let's all enjoy the Football ing the two-day interviewing Of Sgt. O'Farrell
and Mrs. Gary Chance
ut Plants A Fruit Tr*> to member of the faculty of Santa MuMc" Bill Monroe and his boys games,
hale returned to their home In PERSONALS What do ya know session' which will be conducted -
choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens Fc Junior College In Gaines- Mr and Mrs. E. L. Allshouse Bluegrass Boys. Sunday, Aunt Our Football's back again. As the next four months go at the Clay County court- Rob Hope Phyllis DillerIT'S
week's
York City, after a '
t Landscape ,Plants la ville. New ,Teeiile Crenshaw and children, past
vls't with Gary's mother 'Mrs. 'have returned from a vacation Last! Sunday la the day house, either in the court room '
l' containers. The ladles of the church will Chance. Gary Is a student visit with friends and relativesIn Joan and Jerry of Gainesville, When the action began.
Camellias & Aialaaj hold a rummage sale, on Satur- at Ray Columbia University. His their home state of Pennsylvania. came down for a visit. Yves Pre-season games gave us a
Let U. Do Your Landscaping day. Oct. 5. Parishoners are Hunt (of G'ville) who is now In peak
asked to bring all usable itemsto wife Is the a business university administratorwIth Wo regret to report that Mrs. the Army, paid us a visit also. At what we can expect.

USED CARS the Parish Hall. Capt. John Hall son of Henry James 'McEachern's operation Other Sunday visitors were: The way they were hitting in
The EYC pleased to have Hamilton and daughtersof
was Faye
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with was again postponed.Mrs. some of 'em
visit
home for
Hall is a
Hanks Used: Cars 'I Mrs Gay Livingston as the his family after completing ayear's Ferne Huckett is a patient Gainesville; and Billy Bell They'll probably break: a neck.I'm !!:.
honored speakers at their meet. of Keystone, who ate dinner to another
in Alachua General Hos looking forward
BIG CASH DISCOUNTTERMS tour of duty In Vietnam. ) .
.......
ing last Sunday evening. Mr. with us.Edith. -- --
Upon completion of his leave, pital.Mrs. good year, ..:: _
Livingston featured his discussion Hall will be assigned to Frank Walrath Sr. eufferrd Johnson purchased the W.th more than one surprise.
BUY SELL TRADE Capt.
-Rfc 1 Box-90llrwy. with slides he had taken an artillery unit at Ft. Sill a leg fracture In her Denmark home recently, and Even! the way the Bengals are
while In the Holy Land. moved in with the help of Dee ILLEGALFor
10O 8 Mile* 8. Stark home last weekend and Is hospitalized playing,
LHSRARY NEWS Okla.Mr.. and Mrs. Sam Gardner in the Gainesville and Betty !Morris of Tallahassee Is bound to open some eyes.
I'l compliance with the policies Jr.. of Keystone Heights, are Medical Center. Her son, Law- (former lake neighbors), and My Packers are looking pretty
CONCRETE PRODUCTS of the Clay County Library the proud parents of a son, SamA. rence Walrath, of Washington, some of her family. good,
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Board all out-of-county residents Gardner. in born at the D. C., and some of her familyare Dorothy Sam and Charles. As they usually do. Any Person or Persons to Engage in
CONCBXTB PRODUCTS must pay a yearly fee of Bradford County Hospital on in Keystone until further Henry Butler of Ormond Beach, Course I don't expect 'em to
$3 family or )2 for Indivi plans are made. Strand- win them all
ABB TUB BEST FROM per September 11. were visiting Mrs. Jo
duals. A survey is now being Mrs. Herb Nelson was admit- Mrs. Arthur Ketch's mother berg over the weekend.Mr. They'll probably lose a few. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
Edward's Building conducted to determine the ted to the Bradford Hospital on is seriously III at the Escambla and Mrs. Dick Milliard But if they really get rolling
number of out-of-county patrons Sunday. We hope that she is General Hospital In Pensacola, were In Qultman. Ga. last! week The other teams might as well
Supply, Inc. and the number of books loan- able to return home soon I ICo where! Voncille is staying! during visiting her mother who is 111. quit.
Tt. 8. Mar.37td844OADNESvL1E. ed to them each year. ). and Mrs. Richard font, the surgery. Cards may be Mrs. H. T. Smith and Ruby Cause the Packers will go to The Name Is Registered

FLA. There are still a number of of Orlando, were recent guestsat addressed to Mrs. Ancle Bell Wolfe were In Lyons, Ga., and the Super Bowl, ..
patrons who have not called for the home of Col. and Mrs. Thomas, Room 204. Macon. Ga., the past few weeks And take it like llcklty. pllt.
WATCH REPAIRS their new library cards. If you Jim Chesslngton. visiting. Now as for the Colts and Cow Read This Florida Law

have not received your card. there will be better attendance REMINDER: You only have boys,
please ask for It on your next r..yyYT '..nwrwtnMELROSE next month. U not the If they could just have it their
program till October 5, to register for "
Anthony Crawford "It shall b. unlawful for an* t/ereen.r. persons' u defined herota. M
visit to the library. may be discontinued.The voting, if you're not registered way.
Watch Repair SeviceAll WOMAN'S GOLF Melrose Action Committee yet you better get out there before The Packers would be such engage In business! as herein defined under fictitious Bam mm herefa de

Tate WGA of the Keystone will hold their regular the 5th. Remember, if you "Stumble-bums", I fined without and unless said fictitious name shall .be registered with the

Makes and Models Golf & Country Club, met last monthly meeting Tuesday, October don't vote, you don't even have Till' Starr would be ashamed to clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place ef fcuteeM
Rowe There will be furtherIi.cusalon
Thursday for their weekly competition By Joyce I. the right to complain about play.
Phone 473-421 at the local club. The about a recreation! that thing we have called Gov Walt now, don't take that .la, with registration shall consist of filing with. the dirk aforesaid aa affidavit

Keystone Heights, FIs.Hlwsy ladies: present participated in a IA && & olio. survey that Ls being conducted. ernment.Mr. wrong, signed by all Interested persons, stating under Bath the names ef.fcfl ..
Nassau Tournament. Fran Visitors at the home of 'Mr. Don't forget the fried chicken and Mrs. A. C. Catlett of I like the Colts just fine.
lOG 2H Miles East of Chesslngton was wilier of the ancS Mrs R. M. Canon last dinner( that Is being sponsored Jacksonville' were visiting Mr. And It the Packers don't make those Interested In the business enterprise, the extent ef the la-

Keystone Heights front 9, and Vesta Alken was week were their son, Ralph by the Melrose Recreation Association and Mrs Daryl Barrows over It. t..... of each and the fictitious name under which said Business bi carried
winner for the back 9 holes. sum of !Silver Lake and their Tuesday Oct. 1 by the weekend. Barbara Barrows Hope the Colts or Rams are en. Said registration not-be made until the desiring
Watch for Sign In Front Voncille Ketch was 18-hole winner daughters Mrs. Cecil Harris of Ford's Grocery from 5 to 7:30: may person er persons

of House for this. event. Libby NIC- Welaka and Mrs, G. G. Thtg- p. m. to engage in business under a fictitious name shall bare advertised his er

pen of East Palatka. Something else no one should their Intention to register) said fictitious name at least once a week for foot
Gilbert Buz who has been forget Is that registration! books
stationed in San Diego, Calif.is to.-; those in Precinct 14 will beat I (4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the count

Introducing. home on leave visiting his the Home Demonstration where said' registration Is to be made, and aid. registration shall sot fee
parents. Mr. and Mrs Frederick Club: house Oct. 1 from 6 p. m.
,5 accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except receiving proof |
Buz, and other friends and until 9 p. m. and on October 5 2 2t upon e
relatives here. from 6 a. m. until 5 p. m. This such publication.
I1'i RENE at Nell's Lt Col. (ret) and Mrs. E. R. Is for voters who have not registered. 4 i! !
Simmons have returned after Don't let someone else t
Melrose taking their daughter Jennie, elect your officials! for you. Be If
business under
Style Shop in
1 'fi I & to Carson Newman College. In sure your vote counts. I you are engaged any name
Rev. Jack Shaw of Gaines-
Winston Salem, N. C. they picked -
up their son. Frank, who die! Is serving as pastor of the
Specializing in hair coloring, style per- hat just returned from 26 Ellam Baptist Church until anew rye other than your own and have not had this name

manents, precision haircuts and facials. months duty in Vietnam. They minister la located. I' ,
also visited Mrs. James Fink Duplicate Bridge
and sons in Wake Forest N. C. Winners last week of the Mel-'I I properly advertised and registered we will be
Mrs J. O. Dann was honored rob! Duplicate Bridge Club'verel ,
Special for Tues. and Wed. with a surprise birthday dinner ; Mrs. B. A. Allen and
Sunday) given by her children Mn/>. J. P. Foster 1st place; I
and grandchildren at her home. Mrs. Raymond Crabtree and I IM. He has a pal at present glad to give you all necessary Information as to

Permanents It was her 72 birthday.Mr ',. W. J. Grolick, 2nd place; i I
2 $15 and Mrs. Stephen Ashley :Mi*. A. V. Bannister and Mrs. but does he have a

For Only and son, Robin, of Ormond B HeptlnstaU. 3rd place; and Savings Account?, what you should do.BRADFORD.
Beach spent last weekend inMehose Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mr. C.V. .
BRING A FRIEND visiting his mother, r. Horne 4th place. I'I
Mrs. Ruby Ashley and other PTA TO MEET Now la the time to !start an interest-earning savings! e

friends and relatives here. The The Melrose PTA will hold I account here for him (or her!) and to start I

Open Tuesday and Thursday EveningsBy Ashleys Melrose.are former residents of it's year first Monday meeting', Sept.of the 30 at school 8:00: teaching your youngster the' simple habit of thrift.

Mrs. B. J. Gano of Clermont\ p. m. in the school cafeteria. I I Both may very well pay for that increasingly-costly! I
Appointment Only and Mrs. E. R. Gano of Mas- Tie* teachers and staff of Melrose college education later t
cotte visited their sUter-ln-law, Elementary School will be ,
drs. Bernice Gano. this week. introduced. Parents will also
Nell's Style ShopNELL Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund have an opportunity to meet I KEYSTONE STATE BANK
have named their new baby with the new principal, Mrs I

daughter Debra Anne She was Maude Watklns. Member F.DJ.C. Keystoae Height, Fla.
born Sept. 14. Plana for the coming year
DUNCAN RENE SCHREINER The story hour which was will also be discussed. I Tour Friendly Bank la Tear Friendly COUNTY TELEGRAPH
held at the library did not draws Mrs. Carol Barringer will
CALL 475-5285 MELROSE many children has had been servo as president. 'Mrs. Sonia I'' Community.

hoped for. It Is hoped that Selgler Is. vice-president. I I.


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nj. RH>,% TIIURgAAY.' BEIT. pi. I9e3...,. .
BRADFORD
Three Pnse_2 COUNTY_ TEI.KOKAril t TAItRF. _i .
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about the pledge to have ion
early in the morning can gel\ Make This Season er 970 Starke. |Bryan Addresses I ,cent & ; ,
Hunting Pay per
The seven persons who have I
you out of the doghouse you 7 Seek local "
already applied have widely Civitan Club the lI
got into the day before.
COUNTY FALL FERTILIZEROur I By Planning Bcforu You Shoo: 1 varying backgrounds: there is ary" program. If I
WITH program in Bradford a case worker for the Department Ralph Bryan, Bradford County -
County for fertilizing lawns and I IB. CUBB : of Public Welfare a teach. commissioner-elect spoke on County ( i
I Indian summer to just around I laws and seasons. Top f
AGENT er, a former South Carolinian at the Tuesday, breakfast -
ornamentals is quarterly patriotism
YOUR t on a the corner and the 1B! 69 huntIng ( Visit a trap or skeet range; Bid
who is an attorney now work- the Civltan Club.
basis. If follow the calendar meeting of
you
season is the Immediate fu to get back in the Bcattergun
vW. :;J m should have been busy tag for a marina a Lt. Com Stressing the need for old- On New |
you ture. The best way to enjoy ahuntini' KWlns. Be wire t to sight; In YOUI'hlU1tlng
last weekend or you should get Position mander in the Navy a studentin fashioned Americanism and
trip to the fullest is to rifle before opening
busy! next weekend. If I can get make adequate advance plans day. graduate school a Sperry waving the flag" Bryan sug- Bradford COl
some help from my 16yearoldson according to the Florida lame Rand employee and a field representative ested a revival of patriotism asa will open bids 1 1I
Tommy we will be givingour and Fresh Water Fish Commis 7. Duck hunters should check CUBB! Economic Agency has for CUBB. means of combatting commun- at 10 a. m. in I
last I'.IOH application of fertilizer 'ipcoy.i. anchors and decoylines. received: seven applications There is one applicant from tern. IAn <... on a front end !
to everything growing sion.With the hunting season aboutto Now Is the lime to begincunstruetion from persons who want to fill Starke, one from Lawtey, two inspiring address onAmericanism count)"'. .
( of duck blinds. thu vacancy created by the ic- from Orange. Park one from "
outside the house. Our sloganis I and Patriotism tomcat.
begin In earnest the Com par
"The proper application of mission advises sportsmen that 8. Obtain a copy of the IW.B! 69!> I situation. of Executive DirectorW. Live Oak, one from Macclenny. was heard by the Starke Clvi- In asking bids it I II
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study
and
feitlllzer four times a year will proper planning can make the hunting regulations P. Heney. and one from Lake Butler. tan Club at the regular breakfast that the machine
give you healthy plants green difference between a good dav 'ules applying to any game you 'I lUney formally resigned from The chairman of the personnel meeting Tuesday Sept. 24. type model and
grass and pretty roses.' may be hunting. Obtain maps the $/iiou a month position when committee is J. Fiankll County Commissioner Elect will offer In trade I
afield or a disappointing troublesome '
'* George T. of> wildlife management areas the CUBB Board of Directors Keller CUBB president Other
| told club members loader., Model $
experience. Here are Ralph Bryan
1luggtna I and become familiar with the met Monday (Sept. 23)) in Green members are: Mra. Thelma should overcomehis Specifications: ,
some .suggestions which will each citizen
r Recreation I help insure proper preparation. roads and landmarks. Cove 'Springs. CUBB which receives Dixon! and Robert Scott. Brad apathy by praising the good were obtained by i
_. 9. Obtain the proper hunting most of its funds from ford County; Richard Qasklru country and byworking director of the.
in
I 1. Dove hunters should locate things our
license and. wildlife manage- the federal Office of Economic and John Crews Baker County;
the objeclonable. apartment.

NewsTEEN [
column for the on-.- has not gotten the word promising dove fields now to overcome
Writing a | ment area. Mamp. Hunting licenses Opportunity, is the agency for Hiss Fannie E. Dewar and Miss
about the that the movement of hogs In wandering!, aimlessly: in searchof .
rewspaper brings concern
and wildlife management I Clay Union Baker and Bradford Estelle Lang Clay County; and
that you may or may not Florida is prohibited for a perIod DANCE a place to :hunt once the season I More people need to "think ; : ; I
available. at Counties. Robert
William B. Reeves and
area stamps are J
Clvi-
say something of Interest to up to ninety days. As of this band opens la seldom productive. American Bryan told the Electric. For _
The "J-Town Express" the office of all County Judges I Drlggers Union County. ,.
The Board of Directors ap- need to(
of the main thingswe 2. When bunting on private tans. Parents he said
some of the people. I try to assume writing one from Jacksonville will play 'ora I Iallents. Bradford County > ;
that you believe you un want our .swine producers to dance this Friday lands always get advance permission ye their authorized license pointed Monday a personnel Take High School tell their child about their love
derstand what you think I have knew that the sale of any, type! teenage before you enter. Share Duck stamps are avail committee to interview the ap- Diploma Exams for their country.
written but I am not sure you Hog Cholera Vaccine Is illegal night. The dance Recreation Is sponsoredby De- your bag with the land owner. able at all U. S. Post Offices.! plicants and to rccommenda- At Vo-Tech Center More "Flag waving" Is necessary GL
the Starke
realize that what you read is In Florida. Any exception mint and girls 3. Make sure that each memo 10. Rdoolve to conduct yourself tior.s to the board when it Earn your High School Diploma <. If the United States U going 'It.
not. what I mean. Up to this 1 be given> by the Florida Depaittient partment for boys Bradford County ber of the hunting party knows in a spoilsman-like manner meets again on Oct. 21 in by taking the OED to defeat the advance of FOR EVERY t..
point we have complete understanding of Agriculture Dr. C. L,. ages 13-19 from and understands' the rules of during the 18G9! hunting Starke in the courthouse' annex. Tests communism in this country and:! '
:
:: and you know what l lI'm Campbell State Veterinarian Time: 8:30-12: midnite. safe gun handling season. Courtesy on the part of The committee has set aside Applications for the GED throughout the world Bryan !

talking about. has said that It Is very likely Registration FLAG FOOTBALL is still open for 4. Have a physical! checkup ill! will: pay big dividends' Oct 14 to Interview applicants. Tests ore being taken at the said EVERY ; I,
BULL SALEA \that t this outbreak came from and condition yourself for the Beginning at 7:30: p. m. each Bradford-Union Area Vocational He concluded the program)' by FOR I
number of cattlemen will :he use of vaccine purchased boys interested in playing Hag unusual activity Involved Inmost FSU GRADUATE applicant will have a 15 minute -Technical Center. The deadline playing a recording on AmerIcanism f
have an opportunity to purchase Uleualley. football this season. The last day I !hunting. Each year more Stephen Craig Edwards son interview. Heney pointed out Is Oct. 7. Call 964-6150 for In which he made priorto :
one or more pure-bred outstanding Every effort tj being made to for :registering is Oct. 4. The people din la the field from of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards that applications are ,still being his recent successful campaign -
bulls on October 19. pinpoint these facts Small Fry League for 7-8-9 year heart seizures than gun accl- of Starke recently received received by his office and that formation.Auto Mechanics for a seat on the Bradford GLASS
This will be the first annual PLANT BARGAINS olds practices on Monday and dents. a Bachelor of Science Interested persons should send Classes in Automobile Mechanics Board of County Commissioners. 512-4"15 =" i.
Beef Bull Auction held at the We are fast approaching the Wednesday of each week while 5. Condition your hunting dog degree In business admlnUtratlon \ their applications to CUBBEcnomic Tune-Up will begin! Tuet illS M.W, :, i.I
University Livestock Pavilion season for purchasing and set. the Bantam, League for 10-11-12 before the season opens. Check at Florida State University Agency P. O. Draw day Sept. 24, at 7:00: p. m. at J, E. Tomlinson club president G.h..... : I 1
with a limited number of these ting ornamentals and fruit year olds practices on Tuesdayand regulations' for doff braining the Vocational Center. reminder! club member
quality University!! bulls being tre s, Right now is a good timeto Thursday. Boys who are Interested : ,.
offered for sale. A little bit pick the location and begin should register as soon !: Itt
nearer this date we will notifya preparations: for planting. You as possible because league I ,
number of our cattlemen whc have heard the statemct, "Don't games will begin the 2nd weekof aetrCIoVIRIIA5' .fIf t
might be Interested in this sale. October QICJ;:
put a five dollar plant into a ,
In the meantime you might fifty cent hole." Another fault PUNT PASS KICK BAKED
Ilk" to get a catalogue by contacting that many of us are guilty of is There is only one week left :
Dr. J. F. Hentges Jr.. looking for a bargain. Two or to register for the Punt Pass ATT."is.1r-TfSJ-'H-' a-vji''
254 McCarty Hall University of tines suggestions Include: ((1)) and Kick Contest to be held Oc- ROLLS SWEET BUNS I ;r
Florida Gainesville FlorIda Does the firm or nursery havea tober 12. So boys if you would! FOOD H HI
32601, If you are In our office I good reputation? (2)( ) Can you like a chance to win some beau 0 0 AO 29CQ'O -
we can you give you a Utile recognize quality nursery stock tiful trophies and if you are oe o I.
more' detailed information or plants tagged or do you depend !- lucky enough a possible trip to( II IIBI't'tlon :
about this sale. These are all on advice from the salesman an NFL ,game, you had better .'
pe'formarce tested bulls.IIOG ? hurry and register. Deadline for 0 : nUH ..AMIDuuY ;
o O. %
CHOLERA Just a day or so ago I started entry Is Friday, Oct 4. Registration -
I By the time you read this we renovating our rose bed Is being held each week- / 0 LEMOtlR03LL9' I SUPERMARKETS ,
, hope the Hoe Cholera situation which is prepared for about ten day at the Pratt Street Recreation .
, will be greatly improved and 1 It rose bushes. Some of our bushes Department. A Pre-Contc.st ,
may be that what we say now are fading out because of old Clinic will be held Saturday I (
is changed.We age I plan to replace a few of Oct. 5, 10 till 12 noon: at tho Hint' fore nututr rum \D
are keeping up with the these rase bushes so that I can Pratt St. Playground. For more #J U'UIO"' rirr" 'IGHr11IrD an. MrdIOftgi /{ '.... r r
situation so that we can keep always have loses in season I Information about the cant:!st. "" "
our swine producers properly! can tell you from experiencethat call the Recreation Department:! ISOPROPHYL
Informed. It may be that some a pretty rose bud picked 981-6792. I t YOUR CHOICE! LlII'IT.ICD"1I 5.000IM0011Op101511 I'f


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I tittle progreu warn'mad toward o f J11i v i A JKi.;.
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1. protection) when. officials._ from ';
7. L wtey{! Hampton a n< BrooKer! : '
e failed to receive inyltattWA to> : -
e a 'lle) .U tr. last''T ,dar"IIlg'bC.. :
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A Septa 19v, ...J: ;
Feeling! 'that officials' from

II the-.t W.G>iownt hould...to*.,present .
.h. since the fire protection
r plans discussed! BO tac,,Includes e' t
II' putting a truck in ,*&ct>"of the E
three municipality/,/' tle!) jolt I 1 t
e. city, county committee decided St .
' to postpone further dlacuulon. /
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)1 A third] fire proteijUpa..meetIng '--l'r-L : ..,"...,.-.':J
was set for Thursday.Qctf' -_ :.... '.
- 3. after the drainage jneetlng |n _' .t'l' !' f'7'r- "' -"I/I/ .. ..N.
tin_ ? Bradford County-Civil De- ""
'" ,fffiati building\ .pa North Temple ;
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'-i Commissioner -Elect Ralph } BAt3
;'Bryatr said he,- tell that county ,, :; I r rYka

Ipddb fire' protection should be .. Ewi: jIS10a, E lee bf i l Choc With )S.o:or or.purcha..ExcTudinr.H.. I1Lb. fr 4
.pUl'flYd, because "I feel the _
Wl2er \ cltuntry: la InterblseUBsed -
,e.ted. I' ''
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dept 12 meeting was a plan 10 ; A } e #
.Coffee ol Cha.ce. W.ih. $5,00 at Mot Purchoit Excluding ,, yT
place"fire! trucks at Lawtey
''Brooker) ,' and Hampton for coy.
.craze of the general areas F r
around those towns with voluntens. '
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Another truck and a large N ,limit On*With $5 00 or,Moit Purcho Excluding Cioot lt/ i 2'1 ,+

i I.{ianfc.would be located near a :

.presidents Starke to provide immediately protection outside far .

9 th* City of starke and to make '
.ka.ARROW BATHROOM r
;:theede4"1'he'tanker| : : would accompany -
:; city-based: truck
,'Ito. ;toHurv' -an adequate supply ie3/JTissue5/t4
rlof: water. something lacking

:inow: .once a fire truck" I.f..leavps X200CPhi.. KLIENIIL FACIA t Juebq GALA PAPER
,.c\ty\ hydrants. ''I', }I '
:K.Tllree i city councilmen at the -
;lBet;, U meeting agreed to aa- flssue4/J.iweIs3t-k -j .
,)taWtbe: county. in setting .up .
;4aed.tratning men to ?t operate ; .
:I|-system.. '. < -

:lljBfark.Buford, Fire WM also Chief present B. C. at(Red the) J'jy I '( JJ&PV> SAMB/ t :i. iJ* W.D" t i t' ;W.DfBRANb W-D. ,,BRAND l-lb. SUPERBRAND (Qtrs.)

.Vtne ting Thursday1 at the re- JSUCHOICE_ ]\ i USDA CHOICE USDA! ciuutuEusA- ;CHOICE
;jqitst\ of the city council. The
council: was represented by 'p, CARVE CORN ftO COf N FID CORN MD..' '' 851
MrgarneI
';Net Tucker, p. 'T. NoUn, and "OBE ,. j I ROUND BONE N 1
"'Jerald Williams; the Comma ,DY Chuck Roast! or r SHQULQER IT o 0 0 ,
:bled by Ralph Bryan and J..M.
"ilBuck). Norman/- e }
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t CHURCH OF GoD J : I T
,'422 N. '8t. Clate: SJtj StarkeJ: jLS L ''lACHES. .4/$1 :

3A ,Sunday Service School., 11. 10 a! m.a, m.and Worship 7:30p. : rlrr -.,, ,_ ,4x3-N+t +i x' rTr Il . . . .

,' m. Prayer Meeting,Friday. u in d' t 46'0",THIIFTY'MAID '
7:30, p. m.-Rev. Chester; J.
Shouppe, Pastor.; f ;* ..' .1 FRUIT DRINKS..4/$1

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Sunday School 9:30: a. m. r iiiViifiiiANS.
Union 10:15: a. m. +?, AIf.. .5$1
iMcrnlng ,Worship 11 a. m. r', s axFd ; . . .
Evening Worship 7:30 'MldiWBPk .
: p.m. -
'Prayer Service, Wednesday ,:. t: t. Regular, Filter Menthol TOPPERCIGARETTES.$2.99,
: 7:30: p .m. Come let us worship ...
together. --ReD""AIIZR-' :: :
Price, pastor. '
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la The Co..t,. Jeag'a'i O.urt. or
flradford Cunatx...Fi.atd.. ,..
Trebate No. r *J Tm
In Re: Eels b-dtOAkronJ'I. HORMEL Superbrdnd ASTOR
rani. Deceased ,
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.t NOTICU 0V PROBATE "Tha Real'
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To All Peron Inur. tod, Ip I SHERBET or \ s
Th Estate Of Uald D.o.dedta"You : 1 'e CANNED
are hereby notified that
t n wrktKi' IHe> 'Atntrtjmtmt- WIU.purportingbe1 Aaron T./
>' I dopeaned hae been admlt.0 -
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t! '1'0"probate. In' tl."Coar t.
You are hereby' commandedwllbla. 'H.AM 1 !
.I lx' ". Calendar I Lmonthe cL
from the date of the fret publication IJwM'I' J
of thla notice to appearIt
.thla Court and phew ua.ime.. Y
II any you court can In why admitting the.action laid 3-LB. CAN .
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will Mind< to unrevoked.THBRON.probate A. TAWTf.ahouldaot<'-< .. a I U /

county Judge In and for BradtaiA ;

", <,,. Anneta County: ,.Andrews Florldo.; :' Clerk $' 5 6l$1
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Elsie 8..Bander 299

Bfarke'U2.Attorney. West Florida for Call Street xooutorlit 1

: '4t 10/10
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(Three 12.01:: cpn$ $1.
1HOTICE!! Of aHKHITF-S. lULl!!
Notice IK hereby given that r.
Reddleh: :. Sheriff of Brad:
f01'f County Florida under and
by: Tlrtua of Writ of Elocution
to WIt:
1.Execution leaned out of Small.
lalma, Florida Court, pursuant of Bradford to a County final' 10-lb.... U.S. N0.1 RUSSITS BAKING 4-1.'".u.s.No.I OIOROIA RIO 1WKT
judgment for Charlee A. Davld-
eon and agalnnt Harold Hartel '
defendant In the amount *f Potatoes,69 Potatoes:59:
1334.00 together with coat of

collection,Have .ei.ed.. and have In myfrnaNeeilon SPotatoes59
the followinir "..."rlb. 1A-U.Vane Vu Sag U.S.No.1 Regular All Porno** U.I.No.1YIUOWCeIery23J ;
.d personal'. property to wit: '
1965 Chevrolet Mobile #* ..t
.i ID NO Ka5BP0'i57C') Oni ns.3:a'
T.III' No. TWW<-14 .
'.At the property of the above.
n med defendant and that ninday
the 14th.day ofOctober1M aiD DILICIOUS 'I.,..,PUSH ITALlr2 '
at twelve e/clock noon on
paid dar on the premise of tkenradforo

for. loneale?.County, and Jail' .".l ,will to'" the ot-, ,Apple$ 4:.' 59 ,
highest bidder for caih" In hand
tM above deacrlbedproperty. of
tn tidy **.
Atorelahd. !! .. ( UANTJTY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 29 ,'
P. DtHeddlih'. Florida ,> WINN.OUUK.TOH. .., INC. COrrguN1-'Ise. a e ,
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TIRES BATTCRaKS: : 1! 'a.aew .. OOICNLO.N ; BOlf UFKrtaWACheese W OVV, BUD vaL /sn., 2-lb. Thunderbolt Brand Breaded Shrimp !
Budget Tertn -Roewl Sorrloe. .:'1 ., Aluminum Foil ,.W DoCleaner Id..L" Beef Burgers..... ::1 I 'LS: f Food*.PT. 29 :" aoolO..u.O.OM M{AT LOAF.. 29I :.
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Three! _. Pn' -{o 2 BRADFORD COUNTY TKI.KOHAPII': STAKKK, 1TOIUI' ( "
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early in the morning\ can gel Make This Season cr 970 Starke |,.Bryan Addresses cent Bjemb Hunting Pay per
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you out of the doghouse you 7 Seek The seven persons who have this local "Friends of the Librry" -
already applied have widely 1 Civitan Club
got into the day before. .
COUNTY FALL FERTILIZEROur By Planning Before You Shoot varying backgrounds: there Is program.County
WITH ; program in Bradford a case worker for the Department Ralph Bryan, Bradford CountY IsF

County for fertilizing lawns and Indian summer la just around laws and seasons.' iII. I Top CUBB : of Public Welfare a teach commissioner-elect! spoke onpntrlotLs.m Slates s\ j ,
YOUR ; AGENT ornamentals is on a quarterly the corner and the 18; '69 hunt- Visit a trap. or skeet range; er. a former South Carolinian at the Tuesday. breakfast -, Bid Opening vOn '
basis. If you follow the calendar who is an attorney now working meeting of the Clvltan Club
ing season Is the immediate future. toO get back in thelCptte1'gul1/
you should have been busy for a marina, a Lt. Commander Stressing the need for old- New Loader 1
The best way to enjoy a Kwlnic. Be sine to sight; in your
last weekend or you should get in the Navy, a student fashioned Americanism and wi
hunting trip to the fullest Is to hunting rifle before opening Position
busy next weekend If I can get make adequate advance plans day. in graduate school a Sperry "waving the flag," Bryan suggested Bradford County Commission. PI>
some help from my 16yearoldson according to the Florida Onmp Rand employee and a field representative a revival of patriotism asa wilt open bids Friday. Sept 27. U
Tommy, we will be giving and Fresh Water Fish Comn BI 7. Duck hunters should checkdecoys CUBB Economic Agency has for CUBB. means of combatting commun at 10 a. m. in the courthouse faa
our last 1)8!)() application of fertilizer anchors and decoy received seven applications There is one applicant from ism. I-' on a front to everything growing I sion.With the hunting season aboutto IInM Now is the time to begincmrstruetton from' parsons who want to nil Starke, one from Lawtey two An inspiring address on county's mosquito.. control. ... dos Seth
blinds -- -
of duck -
a outside the house. Our sloganis thi vacancy created by the resignation from Orange. Park one from and Patriotismwas / tment -
Americanism
begin In earnest, the Com pal>
8. Obtain a copy of the 18! ( of Executive Director Live Oak, from Macclenny.and .
"The proper application of mission advises\ sportsmen that 'II"1 one heard by the Starke Civi- In asking bids it was speclHea
and
fertilizer four times a year will proper planning can make the hunting regulations W P. Heney. one from'Lake Butler. ian Club at the regular breakfast that, the machine be a crawler- se
ulcs applying: to any game you\ | Honey formally resigned from The chairman of the personnel 24. that
give you healthy plants green difference between a good day I meeting Tursday Sept type model and the county
,- By grass and pretty roses." afield or a disappointing, troulesomo may be hunting. Obtain mapsof the $800! !) a month position when committee is J, Frankli County Commissioner ; Elect will offer in trade a. Caterpillar Pip:
';\ George T. experience. Here are wildlife management areasand !! the CUBB Board of Directors) Keller, CUBB president'! Other Ralph Bryan told elub1'members loader, Model #SSrSpecifications .. th
.> Ilugglns some .suggestions which will become familiar with the mel! Monday (Sept. 23)) in Green members are: Mrs. Thelma each citizen should overcomehis on the machine ell
Recreation roads and landmarks. Cove ''Springs. CUBB which 'receives Dixon! and Robert Scott Brad Jack to
.I help insure proper preparation, apathy by praising the good were obtained by Trawlck.
ft. Obtain the hunting most of its funds from ford County Richard Gaskin ,

..- 1. Dove hunters should locate proper ; things in our country and byworking director of the mosquito control
the word NewsTEEN license and wildlife! management ;! the federal Office of Economic and John Crews, Baker County; the objectionable department.TTPEWRITEB8Maatfall. in
not to
Writing a column for the na: has gotten remising dove fields now overcome
area stamp. Hunting licenses Opportunity Is the for Miss Fannie E. Dewar and Mist
rewspaper brings about the concein that the movement of hogs in wandering aimlessly] In. search agency I 3,
that you may or may not Florida is prohibited for a perIod DANCE of a place to hunt once the sea and wildlife managementarea Cloy Union. Baker and Bradford I Estelle Long Clay County; and More people need to "think ; < | wr ,e
say something of interest to up to ninety days. As of this The "J-Town Express" band son opens 1 Is seldom productive... stamps, are available at Counties. William B. Reeves and Robert American," Bryan told the Civl- Electric. For. pale 0' red, -.
some of the people. I try to assume wnt that you believe you understand \we want our swine producers tp teenage dance this Friday lands always get advance permission their authorized license Monday a personnel Take High School' tell their child about their love ,IA'1
what you think I nave knew that the sale of any, type a The dance Is sponsoredby before you enter. Shareycur apcnts. Duck stamps are avail-I committee to interview the applicants Diploma ExamsAt for their country. .;31tin
written, but I am not sure you Hop; Cholera Vaccine is illegal night.the Starke Recreation De- bag with the land owner. able at all U. S. Post Offices. and to recommendations Vo-Tech Center More "Flag waving" is necessary GLJSS.
realize that what you read is In Florida. Any exception must and girls, 3. Make sure that each mem 10. Revolve: to conduct yourself : to the board when it Earn your High School DI- if the United States U goIng (,1t
for boys
not. what I mean. Up to this be given> by the Florida Depart partment ber of the hunting party knows in a sportsman-like! mnn- meets again on Oct 21 in ploma by taking: the GED to defeat the advance of FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Bradford County
point we have complete understanding merit of Agriculture Dr. C. L, ages 13-19 from < and understands' the rules of DOT during the 18-G9!) hunting Starke in the courthouse annex. Tests. l communism in this country ant: t
and you know what I =Campbell: State Veterinarian, Time: 8:30-12: mldnite. safe gun handling. season. Courtesy on the part of The committee has .set aside Applications for the GED throughout the world, Bryan nfirr r$. : '\
FLAG FOOTBALL ;
I'm talking about. has said that It is very likely tl! will: )pay big dividends. Oct 14 to interview applicants. Be:
4. Have a physical checkup Tests are being taken at the ,'t
is still for ** FORfOlf
Registration .
open EVE
BULL SALE that\ this outbreak came from and condition! yourself for the Beginning at 7:30: p. m each Bradford-Union Area Vocational said.He concluded the program by FOR ; ; ,.PI
A number of cattlemen will ,he use of vaccine purchased boys interested in playing flag unusual activity involved inmost FSU GRADUATE applicant will have a 15 minute -Technical Center. The deadline playing a recording on AmerIcanism '' ,..BJ
have! an opportunity to purchaseon IHenalley.{! football this season. The lost 4. The day !hunting. Each year more Stephen Craig Edwards, son. interview. Heney pointed out I Is Oct 7. Call 964-6150 for in which he made priorto S-! : etSr
is Oct.
for ;registering of Air. and Mrs Merrill Edwards
or more pure-bred out Every effort 1s being made to recent successful campaign
people din In the field from that applications are still being his
standing bulls October 19 pinpoint these facts. Small Fry League for 7-8.9 year :, of Starke, recently received formation.Auto the Bradford GLASS CO. .,
on and heart seizures than gun occi received by hid office and that I Mechanics for a seat on kr
This will be the first annual olds practices on Monday a Bachelor of Science Commission
BARGAINSWe
PLANT dents. interested persons should send Classes in Automobile Mechanics Board of County J7I.4MJ: IT2-41S1
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Beef Bull Auction held at the are fast approaching the Wednesday of each week while 5. Condition your hunting dog degree in business administration !< their applications to CUBB: Tune-Up will begin Tuep ors 1313 N.W, 4tfc ffec .
the Bantam League for 10-11-12 ", ;cst
University Livestock Pavilion season for purchasing. and setting before the season opens. Check at Florida' State University Economic Agency, P. O. Draw; day Sept. 24, at 7:00: p. m. at J. E. Tomlinson, club press Gai".UIe '-. '
with a limited number of these ornamentals. and fruit year olds practices on Tuesday regulations: for dog draining the Vocational Center. I and Thursday. Boys who are interested ., :\tthtri
quality University bulU being trees. Right now is a good timeto -. -
should register as soon V .T',.\. .
offered for sale. A little bit pick the location and begin "
nearer this date we will notify preparations for planting. You as possible because! league f:!ht1cc
a number of our cattlemen whc have heard the! statcmct, "Don't games will begin the 2nd week :;
might be .interested in this sale put a five dollar plant into a of October CO C OV11lEa/ ; ;5to.lino
In the meantime you might fifty cent hole." Another fault PUNT PASS. KICK j tat
Ilk* to get a catalogue by contacting that many of us are guilty of is There is only one week left: BAKEDROLLS : ,_ .
Dr. J. F. Hen tees, Jr looking for a bargain. Two or to register for the Punt, Pass, (jel
254 McCarty Hall University of three, suggestions Include: ((1)) and Kick Contest to be 'held October BUNS ; /Bf,
Florida. Gainesville FlorIda Docs the firm or nursery havea 12. So, boys, if you would SWEET J FOOD '
321 0l, If you are in our office, good reputation? ((2)) Can you like a chance to win some beam I (: tlL:4'1U'
we can you give you a little recognize quality nursery stock tlful trophies and if you are iLLii wa or o 29 j jro '
more' detailed information or )plants tagged. or do you depend lucky enough a possible trip I to rjtb
about this sale. These are all i on advice from the salesman an NFL game, you had better $$3'fell. ,
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performance tested bulls. ? hurry and register. Deadline for / : 'RISH IAIID
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HOG CHOLERA Just a day or so ago I started entry is Friday, Oct 4, Registration I
:By the time read this is being held each week- I ,
you we renovating our rose bed, LEMONR03LL9 SUPERMARKETS liCbNE;
hope the Hog cholera situation which is prepared for about ten day at the Pratt Street Recreation .
will be greatly Improved and It rose bushes. Some of our bushes Department. A Pre-Contci ; ,'01,
may be that what we say now are fading out because of old Clinic will be held Saturday, :
is changed.We age. I plan to replace a few ofthrfe Oct. 5, 10 till 12 noon, at the "''CflCDO..U.JD..U ISArufO. I- .
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are keeping with the Pratt St Playground. For mare "" rdrA 7/rd -- r
up rose bushes so that I can ,10 Qu."mr 1555' '; RISIRI/D, ,, "'-""I" r
situation/ so that we can keep I always have loses in season. I Information about the contest/ ,.. .,' ,
our swine producers proPI'1'y'l 1! can' tell you from experience call the Recreation Department, ISOPROPHYL -. ,Su
informed. It may be that a pretty rose bud picked 901-6792.'\ YOUR CHOICE' 1111-1. COHII WITH 3.000i MORI INI OIIII eIIl

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tittle. progress wu made toward ,
plane gf.ctluntywtdefire, : .
protection, whea'orllc1 11, from : H I
Law t1.. Sfanjptan l ; -, pn;BropRer, 1 % ;
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sent since the (fire protection
plane .discussed! BO tat lJ1clllcltl
putting a truck inBjich"of t1e_
three municipalities. the Jolpl !r r r. 'i t
city county committee decidedto Ir I A J
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postpone further dlsculon. w
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A third! fire prote\Uptv. nieet1ns \-2.: -,- ,>; ,. ?
was lilt for Thursday,;Qct, ; __. _j. '., _
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3, after the drainage jneetlrig )n CJrA f'1-/P-' / \ ''Ii\\!
tho. Bradford County: ''Civil Deeris : &ill)*100 w M ats WUoie
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Ave.gComdtLeebner! EIlCTUcJigore"4" ,
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J) -Elect Ralph .flUIIIHtL..gr S.ELyCJrt:1R.llnil, 9" -
; $Tybut J aid he. telt that''county j I
'ptae o the' protection should be ;. tl I Choice With $5.00 oc More Tanhan EKcTuJlng CtgaraHM; "
i puraued because "I feel thekkneral
clUxentry, IA inter
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Sept,. U meeting was a plan to 1-lb. Choice Will $5.00 or Mar Purcjiait Excluding ,f'y
place-fire! trucks at Lawtey. i
.JBrooker; ) .. and Hampton for coy.
1?erne of the general. areas v
around those towns with volun- 0 +
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< Another truck and a large N fl'; Purchate E>clud
>.tank,would be located near :

8tarke i'realdents to provide Immediately protection outside for : E 1I'I -

:I'tUia' City of Starke and to make ; ., .-V *.
;of :-lh f tded.rTl :'tajikflr! would ac-

"icdfipanjr: the.i.city-based truck : 1 Tissue.51$1d
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.f 1 Ij jlBept.; 'sletthe'county t.ThreeICity ellVhydrante.L't( ;.:, 13 meeting councllmen.In agreed setting to at the.as-ppPandtralnIng \ '''Is.u 4/$;I :r'Wels 3$1.1.I I j. I

; men to I.i operate 1 1 1 a t ) .
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jtjBfa.rk-KBtitord Fire was also Chief present B.. C. at((Red the) ... 1l6fiJl5H8lCt.i.4 ... .. -S W:B BeW. .AHe0 :- Wei BPANb v 11 W-b. ;BRAND 1-Lb.. SUPERB RAND (Qtrs.)

'HtMetlng Thursday the re- USDA CHOICE USDAI CHOICE : .USDA'CHOICE;
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,scburcll; was represented by K-2 CORN no CON FED /,k 'ID 'ot, 8S'1
CARVE Margarine
';Weil Tucker, :p. 'T..' Nolin. and ; OUHD BON6SHQULPER i... ;Oi' / :
,'Oerald Williams; the Conunls- :Chuck Roast or .: '' O O .* "
.'.ion by Ralph Bryan and J..M. r .
'.Bttck), Norman-- t Na. Vk' Can O'SAOI
1 CHURCH OF GOD f } STEAK ROSJ I
:;' 122 N. -et. Clai:!;6U' fitiirk,'
,Sunday School., 10 a, m. Worship : .HES..4/I
Services. 11 ai: m. and 1:30: : .i-
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.p. 'm. Prayer Meeting,;Friday.\ I D .ij : 44-01. THRIFTY ;
7:34' p. m.-(Rev. Cheater, J.Slvouppe. "
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Sunday School 9:30:: a. m.
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Training Union 10:15: a. m. ., LIMA BEANS..5/I.
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iMci-nlng! Worship 11 a. m.
.Evening Worship 7:30: Mid-
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$eek Prayer Service Wednesday A- t t. I II Regular, filter or Menthol TOPPER \
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],Re D r..d...Est.ti-6eAk4on J+A.In T.Pao s HORMEL Superbrand ASTOR',,T.."

.t NOTICE);) OF PROBAtBTo "Tho (
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All Pet>oi>. Interetved la l I CANNED SHERBET or ReoITbie9{ ;
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Thx Estate O( Mud D.a.dest: '

4 Tau wrMkfln are last hereby' P h)*> the WHY at Aaron T.
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w You from the date of the fmt publication '-I. C J JUIGEt,
of this notice to appearIn Cream
thla Court and allow uative,
IC any you can why the action, 3 3LB. CAN .
of thll court In admitting amid a._. cdnlr" : .
will to probate should fnrevoked. '- Half' Gallon. '

''corny TH County.Judge RON. A.Floridaiv In YAWN.and tor Bradfod '.' I / 1 I / P $ $. :$ ;

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I / 4 ( / / (Three 1 12-oz: 'cpns $1
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Notice In hereby given. that r,
P.: P. Reddish: Sheriff. of Bradford
County. Florida under. and
by virtue of Writ of Execution .. .L"10Lb.
to Execution Witt issued out of Small r .
i:lalma. Court of Bradford County final ..Bag U.S. No.1 RUSIHIIAKINO ...-.....U.s.No.1 OIOXOIA MB Swell: .
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Florida pursuant to

"Judgment defendant!con and against for In Charles:the Harold: amount A. David-Hartel..t Potatoes Potaloes:591: :;l mmr* ;DV / it lE 'Bpp '-, ;,: ,

1334.00 together with coat of I

,collection...owie Have.alon. aelietl the. following and have doecrlbd In my- 10-....Vent Vu Bag U.S.No.Regvlar All Purpose u.s. /.1YIUOW Quarters 39it

personal 55 Chevrolet property Mobil to., .Wittt ttIom, $' Fryer
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Tag ID NO.No.KUBOt,51t'TWW-{-a4" Potatoes 59 Oni ns,3:
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named defendant and that on -
Monday the 14th day ot>October. UD DIIICIOUS ''I.,,,P117N$1Alkg .
'.IIt.e.1<1 day aftwel-ve on the o'clock premKee noon..t the-on 1QUAuTav

Bradford'COanty.....,.ale'and Jail oll.to-. ,will''-' the offer _pples 4o59:: .Celer.y'2j39.' ; I

highest bidder: for cash In hand.of __________
the above described property .
ald i defendant to .atl..fy: faAforesaid I IWIH..DW& '
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/ Execution. RIGHTS RESERVED--PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 29'
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Sectl'n! Three __ Page' Four IIRAnFOnD COUNTY 1LaroRAPn 8TARKa FLORTDI" .-.THURSDAY.---.-- -SEPT.

the methodof 1 school would enable teachers t to the destirlptlon of the, properly. the court house door, on the c, rtll'U.at..a has. fund said certificate .being. In the County of Brad-.
Rotary SeesDemonstration nesday showing bow The Love Bugs Will Get You unit HIM name In which It waeaiwesavd that Monday In Month of October. ..* for a tax deed to bnIwued for.l. State of 4'lorldH.. Unl..
combining picture slides with i make up their own film strips are a. follow 1888, which la the 7th / thereon'' The certificate such certificate. or certificate.
T music and narratloa could: be rather than relying; on preparedones Certificate No. 148. Tear of day of October. 1068. numbers and years of Issuance. shall be redeemed according; ; to
If You Don't Watch Out Issuance 1988. Description' of Dated this Srd. day of Septemb..r the description of the property, law the property (inscribed In
used to carry a message in the which might not be as effe Property 1 lot US' axi. In BWcor and the names In which It was such certificate or certificate*
Richard Jock l. principal of classroom or in the .business of- five for a particular use. He saiD of 8WH of NWM, o* 1908.Charlnu A. Darby assessed.. are a. followsCertificate will be sold to the highest bidder
The love bugs a.rehere\ again faviar. I ItW%. Seo. 10. T-T-S. R-22-12. Clerk of Circuit Court of at the court house floor. on
the new Middle School, gave a the cost of. production would for their second Invasion
,demonstration of audio visual fice.Jockel said the new equipment compare favorably with that of year. their peak of production. :Due. to mo Ins n In Hall.the All County'said property of Bradford bo- 9.0tt9.30NOTICE Property com at NW cor of day: of ,October 1988. .which, 16*.I la the 7th

F aides at the Rotary Club Wed- recently purchased by the a conventional film strip. The earlier, and lighter :Infestation humid fiummen temperturea' State of Florida. Unlea suchcertificate : ) Of APPLICATIONFOR KW1-4 of NW1-4 of SWl-4 run. Dated this *rd day of September.
VT. to NW of
cor Ely 2.78 A forPB .
I came last spring. The they develop much foster than In be redeemed or accord certificates!no to Mall law) Bee. l.TAX....... .DEED...11. W 60' 8100', E501, N1001 1988.Chari.! A- Darby
i busy little love bugs, whose chief the cooler months and most of the property described, In such NOTICE; IS HEREBY GIVEN to FOB. S..". 10-s-a1E). NameIn Clerk I of Circuit Court of
t certificate. certificate will that Mr. W. R. Aldermanthe which assessed. Mid State. Bradford County, Florida.
Interest in life seems to be the their 'breeding is alonggrassy tt;:
8 .be sold to highest bidder at holder of th. following; Home. All of said property 9-1I-41-.ae
process of mating, produce two highway margins. They can fly
8g g generations a year.A I long distances when assisted. by I .

love bug, by any other winds
name is just as much of a nuisance Blbionlds have their own natural .
You Are Invited
To
and the tiny !black and enemies parasites predators Cordially

orange Insects are sometimes diseases, and-.service atatl'On
w known as March files May files attendants. But\ apparently'
or honeymoon bugs ,because they there arent enough enemies to
fly around In pairs-male and keep them under control.
female-and seldom I is one seen Until three. or four year. ..ago. Inspect And Drive The 1969
without the other. the love ,bug was apparently unknown -
A 00 They emerge In this sectionof or at least unnoted in,
Florida twice a year. In May this area. No one has yet ex-
and September according to Dr plained their sudden appearance
Lawrence A. Hetrick Universityof in such vast numbers or where Better Ideas.

Florida entomologist. Their they came from originally. .
fiElectric x' scientific name is ,blblonld files, ,Louisiana lias been mentioned
but apparently Mr. Webster as the source. If so let's sell
push-button. wasn't bothered with them for that state back to the French. From '

they aren't in the dictionary. : -
According to Dr. Hetrlck love .,'a J JV
'feecHrandling' bugs lay their eggs under suitable I '.j'YJ.'
situations where there are Drag Racer .., ',''f'1 '. ',., '

work grass clippings om decaying ,,,i f 5'. .
saves i ,
leaves. The comes
spring crop iI
off from the end of April to the Gets 3 Day U..

time and latter part of May. Their ,honeymoon FORD )
moneyThrow flights usually last from

three to four weeks. -just long
enough to give all the windshield- Jail TermA ,
wiping service, elation' 'attendants
r 1Twaythat; scoop shovel I Automatically con in the area a good workout.

trolled, electric feed handling equipment soon pays Love bugs are "softies" and 16-year-old vocational convicted school FORD FALCON TORINO
student. .Robert Blount, -
for itself in time and money saved. Mixes and conveys mess up a car windshield might in county court Tuesday on
ily upon impact. Unless they are
feed from storage areas to each stanchion or charges of drag racing" was sentenced -
washed off before drying on the
feed bunk. Does in minutes the chore that used to glass, it is /well nigh impossibleto to three days In Jail by MUSTANG THUNDERBIRDSEPTEMBER

take hours.The amount of feed for each animal can remove the mesa without Bradford County Judge.Theron
Yawn.
be accurately regulated or shut off completely. sending the car to the cleaners. The judge also .,sat4 -be -will .
They have even been known to
\ For advice and information to fit your individual get clogged In radiator grills recommend to state authorities
that Blount's license be suspend
;
Installation see your equipment dealer or consult us. causing: overheating of the mo 27th
tor, or non-functioning ,of the air ed.A
Lake Butler boy also Involved -
conditioning system. ,
in the incident 'was turned
IrlUHIDA POWER & LIGHT COM PAN"f Car wash prices 1 some Starke over to Union County juvenile
!service stations go 'up 50 cents
UELflMQ BUILD FLQ IDA authorities. '
during the love bug season sinceIt '
The court took similar action
requires at least 30 minutes
.regarding suspension .of driving For
extra time to wash a car that. Register
---- had been bugged privileges In the case .of Roy
Wade Jackson 18. who pleaded

your ids How. Dr.car can blackened Hetrlk you suggests avoid with blblon-having! that 85 guilty miles to charges per ,hour.of. speeding *t 20 FREE HAWAIIAN\ HOLIDAY TRIPS FOR TWO

Judge Yawn fined Jackson $50
you install a piece of 'ordinary
and said ,he will recommend the
I
window screen in front of your .
Indefinite suspension of bin 11- Plus
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radiator as a shield, or drive at
cense. Asked why be :had been In

ft'r j {{ slower a ewarm speeds) in when the encountering 'hope that- such a hurry the defendant M4d r

ftIr ff'r ..' ft'r' ..' more love bug will have time he was getting ready to go to 100,000 OTHER CHANCES TO WIN VALUABLE
::: ::: to get out of the way 'or will church. The judge responded f
grimly that at 85 m. p. h. he
flIr J1 flIr ftIr flIr ; make less of splash!\ upon im- might arrive at church In .a

'., .. .... '.. pact, pine box. PRIZESNo
:'.. :: ..": Love bugs are scavengers and, Owen Carter who bee a long
:; .' .' .believe it or not, are .helpful in
::: ; :: list of convictions on worthless (
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ftIr .: ::. ftIr .',. incorporating organic materials check charges. and who is presently Obligation -- Just Register
W :.:..: :.:" ftIr .-:.. ::: back into soil components Dr. .serving a term in, county
.. : .: ; Hetrick says. They don't bite or : additional
jail, given an
;V J "- ......... ; which Is about the only was
ting
-.. ;: / BO days by Judge Yawn for still
,thing' that can ,be said in their I another offense of that .type

.. Among those who pleaded innocent .-
Terwillegar Motors
--. were Dorothy Lizenbee,
1i.1 ( Jack Sanford and Marie Sanford
; The three were charged with
.

a & made assault) Sept.and.battery 4 by Clarice on complaint Cole- ",W Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union' Counties v


-.1 I % : charged man.Clarice with Coleman disturbing.the, wno was. 206 West Madison\ St. Starke, FloridaWOULD


peace by making obscene phone r|(
ONI dIaYICa anon v calls on complaint by the three |j .
y i persons listed above pleaded in. .

lfl accent and both oases were
yl n
a transferred. to the trial docket.
James Paul Thornton pleaded YOUBELIEUE.D.
innocent to charges' of havingno

vehicle (registration& tag and
ovn the case /was docketed for trial.
> MQDIU 1WAVAILABLEI Connie Hugh Crawford enter-

ed a plea ,of innocent to chargesof
withholding support and the

at Jim Walter/ Homes juvenile court withheld court disposition action.; is settled.until :

,
I Sallie Corlne Dell charged ,,:
with desertion told the court

CASH tow IIICI she'will file divorce proceedings
I and Judge Yawn. said !if the defendant
,- ---- -r---------. does so. the desertion"

charges Calvin will C. Rodney be dismissed.who pleaded Only $$10950For 5

guilty to Improper backing
vehicle was fined $35 and was
'MMIDIATI notified that the court will recommend -

CONI&UCTlOJC that he be reexaminedby :

ar I driver license officiate.
The court suspended charges

The 3-BR.OXFORD in two case: John Alexander >this '
Hawkins failure to show license

TOz.' elrOL on demand: Leo Frank n WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC
:, BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY ALMOST ANYWHERE I ,
Rourck passing school bus
.owes FINISHED TO ALMOST ANT STA6I OF INTiXrOR COMPLITMN
lOW MONTHLY 3I ADDING MACHINE
PAYMENT s
.ML Qualified property owners need no cash -not even

24' for closing costs. Jim Walter will build on your property _

almost anywhere with no down payment /Immediate I NOTICE 0V APPLICATIONFOR : ". Adds
TAX DKICD:
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aet / 100% financing; available. Why wait Non 1....1.... K..a.
NOTICE I IS HEREBY OIV- '
any longer? BIN.the that holder Mr.of W.the R. Alderman following J Subtracts '

UIHOHYjUUYIAIIRIAIS '- I le certificate has filed laid. certificates
fO'AY._ fi9: @G @) @ (f){}" : tailed" thereon.for a tax-The deed certificate to b. // Multiplies
umbers and yearn of Uiuanoe

rpJJ: r/tlt: :fi WJ: OO@2111 I I.end the assessed! description the name.are aa In of, follows which the. property:It was. I' / Credit Balance w
: '
Certificate No.' 101. Tear of
--- f Don't put oil building/ your new horn Issuance 198*. Description of '
+-. b.cau. mortgage mon.y I I. scare. 1${vftY'otC: swi-4' at .NW and 'cor run of B TOTALS TO 999,999.99
to, QUAliTY' 1 Compl.t.lia.ndngI.ovallabl.atony) '110 Ft. a. 110 It. for FOB
Jim Walltr Home oHItt.for complete I run W. 80 Ft., $. 100 Ft.. B Iff
-&I t Ft.. N. 100 Ft. to FOB Sec.. S3-
n information' wr//,.,or stop by f fie)//o "
I .: nearest : assessed H. U Hartley.\ All I of
e you. I aid property being In. the I II At Last! A Portable Electric Adding: Machine Vith The

x ? r Now I* thm 1lm to buy. (I I County Florida.or certificate of Un Kradford.I.... such hall State certificate be redeemed of. Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A

r aroordlnir to law th.
t I In Heavyweight Machine.
tiflcatey ui Ill :
OWCI5/ IN Tftr certificate! be
I
7M lsllual Cetra. Th. HAVEN Cona.
f'OUOWIl'4' IO"Al/ONJI/ old to the highest bidder alI

Sa& BUt&d4Xg r Second-Home Gdttagei Send coupon for complete Information. I the Monday courthouse In Month door on of the first 'APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL

October I98)i) which I9e8.Dated la. the 7th Jb.t; 10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S.

1 JIM WALTER CORPORATION if this Srd day of Srn.lumber f. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS
JACKSONVILLE.FLA. (M.Utoth.n.ureuoeic.) ma.
X205;; I would like.M know mar*about. building.. ; anal Charles A. tYarby"
your
3281 Wit Beaver. St. n financing plan. Pleat send me a free catalog I Clerk Bradford of Circuit County. Cou Florida;rt; of ,Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! \f\
P. O. Box 248I'll. d .
.: 388-1583;; / I lamlnterudlna." '" .. Q Horse Q Corfaoej J _____ 1--4t-I.U

,,.. NAME I NOTICE Or APPLICATION: SEEING IS BELIEVING
FOR TAX:
DEED
ADDRIS' +.... '....*. .......

OCALA 3001 FLAY.32670 lne SI. 4 Call write, or stop by today I, T.I.CITY,..-... STAT I I I EN;\NOTICE(, that Mr.IS W.HEREBY R. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
-.. P. O. Box t 4Pll.t I the holder' of the. GIV'I
certificate has filed said
( Myprop.nyblacahdln' c-.e" I
. 622-8118 '-____ _____Jh 'tTflraten. for a tax. deed tl .. .

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